randy at psg.com
Mon Sep 13 23:23:19 UTC 1999
> 1. Use IBGP and redistribute connected/static and when you can, aggregate
> those statics/connecteds at each router.
> 2. Use IGP (IS-IS level-2 or OSPF area0) for the backbone links and
> IBGP, Any-RP loopbacks. Don't add instability to your
> IGP when you have IBGP that can take care of it much more efficiently.
> As long as IGP can reach/see each router's loopback, IBGP will
> work great for connecteds/statics (just make sure you don't announce
> these specifics to your peers).
> 3. Don't use static routing for backbone links.... i am not sure how that
> even came up. Remember this is a NSP of some sorts.
vadim's english was not so bad it needed reinterpreting
> 4. Do multicasting, just make sure you get clueful on it. Its not rocket
> science... and with PIM sparse/dense, its much easier than the DVMRP
> days. (and make sure you get on a good IOS release and stay off the
> buggy releases)
that's anything since the lost stanford backup tapes? and msdp worked
almost as well on that release as it does now.
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