[rbridge] IS-IS per VLAN ?
touch at ISI.EDU
Mon Sep 26 13:17:28 PDT 2005
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> michsmit at cisco.com wrote:
>>>From: rbridge-bounces at postel.org
>>>[mailto:rbridge-bounces at postel.org] On Behalf Of Joe Touch
>> I would expect that a set of rbridge nodes could work
>> anywhere a single bridge could work, but that the overall
>> total number of devices on the
>> L2 served by the system would not change substantially.
> Does that definition of a "single bridge" include 802.1ah and metro
> environments ?
My personal opinion is 'no', i.e., I consider an rbridge campus to act
as a single, conventional bridge.
That's with the caveat that I can't access the 802 specs on the subject ;-(
If that bridge is part of an 802.1ah bridge device, then so be it, but
there may be more to an 802.1ah bridge than we're thinking for an
rbridge campus, at least AFAICT from what I can infer the specs say on
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