Topology-based aggregation
draft-marques-idr-aggregate-00

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Abstract

This document defines a mechanism which allows more-specific IP address prefixes to be aggregated when they are topologically equivalent or less preferable than a less-specific advertisement. It is designed to allow multi-homed sites to use "Provider Aggregatable" (PA) addresses and obtain both redundancy and local traffic optimizations when using multiple service providers.

Authors

Pedro Marques (roque@cisco.com)
Russ White (riw@cisco.com)

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