[e2e] Re: [Sigtran] Routing for multi-homed host traffic
Brian F. G. Bidulock
bidulock at openss7.org
Tue May 7 09:16:34 PDT 2002
The argument does not depend on it. SCTP multihoming does not
support the Strong ES model, and in fact can be shown to break
in a number of ways related to congestion if Strong ES is used.
The statements in the SCTP applicability RFC relate to weak ES
On Tue, 07 May 2002, Bob Braden wrote:
> *> Xiaoming,
> *> Your question should be posted on tsvwg at ietf.org rather than sigtran.
> *> The Strong ES model has to do with routing, not source address selection
> *> for multhomed hosts.
> I don't believe that statement is true, so if your argument depends on
> it, you are in trouble. (I asked the guy who invented
> the terms "strong ES" and "weak ES", and he told me.)
> Bob Braden
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