BFD over LAG interfaces
draft-boutros-bfd-over-lag-00

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Abstract

The Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) protocol is used to detect faults on interfaces and data links. This document describes a mechanism to run a BFD async session per member link of a Link Aggregation (LAG) interface, BFD would be able to run at a much aggressive rate then Link aggregation control protocol (LACP), and can run in the absence of LACP, and would be able to verify L3 connectivity per member link.

Authors

Sami Boutros (sboutros@cisco.com)
George Swallow (swallow@cisco.com)
Nobo Akiya (nobo@cisco.com)

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