[Ndn-interest] Forwarding states impact on FIB
Lan Wang (lanwang)
lanwang at memphis.edu
Tue Sep 20 18:38:44 PDT 2016
The answer depends on the routing protocol. I assume RED means the link corresponding to the face is physically down. A typical dynamic routing protocol is likely to remove that face from the associated entry after the face remains RED for a period. But a static routing protocol that doesn’t react to link failures will not.
On Sep 20, 2016, at 5:57 PM, Muhammad Hosain Abdollahi Sabet <mhasabet at gmail.com<mailto:mhasabet at gmail.com>> wrote:
Regarding face colors(GREEN, YELLOW and RED) and their impact on routing, I wonder if there is any relation between those two. I know colors are taken into account by forwarding plane while FIB entries are taken care of by routing plane. My question is: If a face remains RED for a period, is it going to be an update in FIB with regard to delete that face from its associated entry? Since updating FIB typically comes from RIB, then I guess for such an update routing protocol should decide.
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