IGP Comparison (Summary of Responses)

Ehab Hadi ehabh at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 9 04:18:48 UTC 1999

And not only that. Each ISP has it's own applications, requirement, and 
traffic patterns. Deploying various IGP might add values.


>Date: Fri, 08 Jan 1999 14:06:51 -0500
>To: Antoni Przygienda <prz at dnrc.bell-labs.com>
>From: Scott Brim <swb at newbridge.com>
>Subject: Re: IGP Comparison (Summary of Responses)
>Cc: nanog at merit.edu
>At 12:46 PM 1/8/99 -0500, Antoni Przygienda wrote:
>ISPs are customers here and until the world converges
>>on one
>>protocol (if it ever will), their needs should be met.
>If we do see pressure for convergence, it will be evidence that we've
>lost our hold on the multi-tier model.  If we like the multi-tier model
>(and so far it's been useful) then we want to continue to make the IGP
>you run in a given domain a local matter.  If it weren't we never would
>have seen OSPF or ISIS deployed widely in the first place.
>Cordiali saluti ... Scott

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