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Re: how to waste fiber (was:OT:MarketSpeak)
- From: Jared Mauch
- Date: Wed Oct 13 14:37:24 1999
If you send keepalives every 40 seconds, you will not lose the
interface for a 50ms drop.
You will incur errors, but you will continue to forward packets.
A few will be lost, many will survive.
On Wed, Oct 13, 1999 at 12:00:01PM -0500, Jeremy Porter wrote:
> It shouldn't if you router is configured to not toggle the interface down
> or you are using the loop-back as update source thing. I don't know for
> sure if 50ms is enough to cause the interface to detect it being down or
> not. I suspect it depends a lot on the interface.
> In message <E11bRM2-000II7firstname.lastname@example.org>, Randy Bush writes:
> >> 50ms is fast? You'd drop sevral packets I'd guess.
> >easily survivable. but will bgp flap?
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> #include <sys/machine/wit/fortune.h>
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