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	Title		: Terminology for Benchmarking IGP Data Plane Route Convergence
	Author(s)	: S. Poretsky
	Filename	: draft-ietf-bmwg-igp-dataplane-conv-term-02.txt
	Pages		: 5
	Date		: 2004-1-20
	
This draft describes the terminology for benchmarking IGP Route 
Convergence.  The motivation and applicability for this 
benchmarking is provided in [1].  The methodology to be used for 
this benchmarking is described in [2].  The methodology and 
terminology to be used for benchmarking route convergence can be 
applied to any link-state IGP such as ISIS [3] and OSPF [4].  The 
data plane is measured to obtain the convergence benchmarking metrics.  
The purpose of this document is to introduce new terms required to 
complete execution of the IGP Route Convergence Methodology [2].

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