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Title : IS-IS and OSPF Difference Discussions
Author(s) : V. Manral, M. Bhatia
Filename : draft-bhatia-manral-diff-isis-ospf-00.txt
Pages : 42
Date : 2003-9-4
The increasing popularity of IS-IS [IS-IS] and OSPF [OSPF] over
the years has drawn significant attention to the relative merits
and de-merits of one with respect to the other. This draft presents
an elaborate comparison between the two routing protocols to explain
how the features and functionalities of one differs from the other.
Wherever applicable the differences between OSPFv2 and OSPFv3[OSPFv3]
have also been pointed out.
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