[SPAM] Re: OSPF vs ISIS - Which do you prefer & why?
mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Fri Nov 11 05:45:26 UTC 2016
On 10/Nov/16 23:53, Charles van Niman wrote:
> I don't think Nick asked for a list, just one single thing, any one
> thing. To me at least, it doesn't really make sense to make the
> statement you did, without pointing out what can be done to improve
> the situation. I would be very interested to hear what network
> requirements are not being met with Juniper's current IS-IS
To be honest, none that I can think of.
Many of the feature differences are vendor-specific, particularly with
how you can further optimize IS-IS to handle LSP's flooding, flushing,
re-calculation, throttling, e.t.c.
Bottom line, Juniper fully supports the IS-IS spec., from what we see.
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