PIM neighbor reduction for transit LAN's.
draft-wijnands-pim-neighbor-reduction-02

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Abstract

PIM establishes a neighbor relationship with other routers directly connected to it on startup. Networks that are LANs or behave like a LAN, potentially create many PIM neighbors depending on how many routers are attached to it. If such a LAN is also a transit network (no directly connected source or receiver), many of the PIM procedures don't apply. This proposal describes a procedure to reduce the amount of neighbors established over a transit LAN.

Authors

IJsbrand Wijnands (ice@cisco.com)
Yiqun Cai (ycai@cisco.com)

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