At 12:39 22/11/2004 -0500, Alia Atlas wrote:
What can you get with a single primary repair?
Some examples of the percentage of node repairs which require secondaries
below. This is calculated by taking the number of repairs for node repair
which require a secondary repair divided by the total number of repairs.
Where a repair is a repair to a single neighbor's neighbor.
The repairs for node E failing would be
(Note that the 13% one is a hub and spoke like network which gives only
about 70% coverage for U-turns (link repair; I haven't simulated U-turns
for node repair). It is quite a nasty topology for any IPFRR mechanism)
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