Re: Loopback or no loopback - DLSw+ / BGP ..etc posted 05/02/2001
Says the frame link is down, and ISDN DDR is running. If BGP and DLSw+ peers
are pointing to the frame interface's IP, they will break.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Burts" <burts@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Ken Yeo" <kenyeo@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2001 7:19 AM
Subject: Re: Loopback or no loopback - DLSw+ / BGP ..etc
> If the instructions do not specify to use loopback or not, I would
> advise that you should ask the proctor for clarification about it.
> I agree that loopbacks are frequently used for DLSw and BGP, but I
> am curious what you think would break in them if loopbacks were not
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> On Wed, 2 May 2001, Ken Yeo wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > In the lab, if instruction didn't specifically say use loopback. Do we
> > loopback or do we not use loopback? If loopback interfaces are not used,
> > some technologies may break using dial backup mode. For example BGP,
> > Comments?
> > Thanks!
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