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RE: Converged Networks Threat (Was: Level3 Outage)
- From: Kuhtz, Christian
- Date: Tue Mar 02 13:30:30 2004
> If events are not properly triggered back upstream (ie:
> adjencies stay up, bgp remains fairly stable) and you end up
> dumping a lot of traffic on the floor, it's sometimes a bit
> more dificult to diagnose than loss of light on a physical path.
> On the sunny side, I see this improving over time.
> Software bugs will be squashed. Poorly designed networks
> will be reconfigured to better handle these situations.
But this happens everywhere, everyday, regardless of the underlying
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