IGP Comparison (Summary of Responses)
jyy at ans.net
Wed Jan 6 16:01:47 UTC 1999
>It may have been the result of vendor choice/issue in the past but I don't
>see to many people running IS-IS planning to switch over any time soon.
There could be many reasons for not changing protocols running on a
large scale network. One of them (an important one) is the cost of
training supporting engineers and operational personnels. So it has
to be a significant improvement of the protocol to-be or really broken
of existing protocol to warrant such a change, IMO.
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