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Title : BGP Route Oscillation Reduction with Route Reflection
Author(s) : E. Chen
Filename : draft-chen-rr-oscillation-reduce-00.txt
Pages : 4
Date : 04-Jun-02
This document proposes a simple revision to Route Reflection that
allows a Route Reflector to advertise the best path from its clients
to other clusters when the overall best path for the RR differs. The
availability of the routing information to other clusters helps
achieve stable route selection, and moves route reflection closer to
IBGP full-mesh equivalence in terms of routing information. It has
been shown that the proposed mechanism eliminates a number of
persistent route oscillation cases involving Route Reflection.
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