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Re: OSPF -vs- ISIS
- From: Abhishek Verma
- Date: Mon Jun 27 05:13:27 2005
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I see that this document has expired. Are you folks thinking of
respinning a copy of this draft?
On 6/23/05, Manav Bhatia <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> We wrote a draft some time back comparing the two protocols ISIS and OSPF.
> It should address some of your doubts and concerns.
> Here's a pointer to my local copy:
> !> -----Original Message-----
> !> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
> !> On Behalf Of Dan Evans
> !> Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2005 7:35 PM
> !> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> !> Subject: OSPF -vs- ISIS
> !> All,
> !> Can anyone point me to information on what the top N service
> !> providers
> !> are using for their IGP? I'm trying to build a case for
> !> switching from
> !> OSPF to IS-IS. Those on this list who are currently running IS-IS, do
> !> you find better scalability and stability running IS-IS than OSPF? I
> !> understand that this question is a lot more complex than a simple yes
> !> or no since factors like design and routing policy will certainly
> !> affect the protocols behavior.
> !> Any insights or experiences that you can share would be most helpful.
> !> Thanks,
> !> Daniel Evans
> !> Alltel Communications
Class of 2004
Institute of Technology, BHU