Advertising Global Labels Using IGP
draft-xu-rtgwg-global-label-adv-00

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Abstract

Segment Routing (SR) [SR-ARCH] is a new MPLS paradigm in which each SR-capable router is required to independently advertise global MPLS labels for its attached prefixes using IGP [SR-ISIS-EXT][SR-OSPF-EXT]. One major challenge associated with such label advertisement mechanism is how to avoid a given global MPLS label from being allocated by different routers to different prefixes. Although manual allocation can address such label allocation collision problem, it is error-prone and therefore may not be suitable for large SR network environments. This document proposes an alternative approach for advertising global labels without any risk of label allocation collision.

Authors

Xiaohu Xu (xuxiaohu@huawei.com)
Mach Chen (mach.chen@huawei.com)

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