[LibreQoS] routing protocols and daemons
jch at irif.fr
Sat Oct 29 16:11:55 EDT 2022
> OSPF is where it is now because it's "good enough (for now)"
It is very good.
> Sure, an implementation that spits out bad LSAs is going to break
> everything - you're going to get some pretty nasty results from sending
> out broken destination-distance-vector data, too.
I claim that in DV incorrect data does not have as much of an effect as in
LS, and that it gets cleared faster. I'm not able to formally quantify
> (It seems like wireless vendors are busy trying to reinvent it at layer
> 2 with proprietary meshing that doesn't talk to other proprietary
> meshing; ugh)
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