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Re: Global Crossing Network Problem.
I agree this is an option. How would you control the traffic flow if one link goes down? The APS configuration on the router relies on communication between the router and the ADM. with in the configuration of the router you would label and assign groups to the interface configuration. This would tell the router/interface to respond accordingly when the circuit switches from working to protect. This occurs automatically (most of the most of the time) Are you proposing using some sort of routing mechanism to shift the traffic or will there be intelligence build in to the ADM that would allow the router to switch automatically? Cheers, Mohamed On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, Jesper Skriver wrote: > On Tue, Jun 27, 2000 at 05:35:32PM -0400, Mohamed Hirse wrote: > > I only said SONET because it's layer one. If you can reroute > > traffic to other circuits that are terminated on other routers that > > have APS enabled you can offset any or almost any fiber cut. Unless both > > Working and Protect get taken out by some strange reason. What do you > > propose? > > Having 2 non-protected diverse routed circuits, both live carrying traffic, > but not more than one can carry all the traffic when the other fail ... > > /Jesper > > -- > Jesper Skriver, jesper(at)skriver(dot)dk - CCIE #5456 > Work: Network manager @ AS3292 (Tele Danmark DataNetworks) > Private: Geek @ AS2109 (A much smaller network ;-) > > One Unix to rule them all, One Resolver to find them, > One IP to bring them all and in the zone to bind them. >