georgeb at gmail
Feb 4, 2012, 11:06 AM
Post #4 of 4
I'd be happy if Brocade even learned to support ECN.
Re: MLXe XMR Outbound Route Optimization (AKA Cisco OER/pfr)
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On Sat, Feb 4, 2012 at 9:31 AM, Fabio Mendes <fabio.mendes [at] bsd> wrote:
> PfR goes beyond congestion.
> QoS configs are static and they denpend on the path chosen by the routing
> protocol. If the path has a considereable delay, as long as adjacencies are
> not affected, no routing protocol will reroute part of traffic (eg VoIP
> traffic) to a different path automagically.
> PfR offers the abillity to pick a diferent path to diferent traffic/traffics
> if the one chosen by the routing protocol goes out of the policy.
> I'm no Cisco pimp, in fact, I've been working with Foundry/Brocade products
> for quite a time but I must recognize that they don't have this kind of
> When it comes about features and inovation Cisco, is centuries ahead.
> 2012/2/4 George B. <georgeb [at] gmail>
>> My personal feeling is that if you are resorting to such gymnastics to
>> avoid congestion, then there might be problems at layer 8 in the
>> organization and you are really just routing around that.
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