> I believe considering behavior of update-delay announcements in the light
> of topological events is a wrong direction. Update-delay information has no
> correlation with topological activity and only changes due to an
> administrative action, and the fact that it would share the same transport
> with topological information is coincidental from this perspective.
> Yes, it is probable that some topological event will happen right at the
> moment when an old LSP is being purged or a new one is flooded. However, it
> happening won't be less probable than if the times were changed on all
"won't be less probable than" -> "will be less probable than"
> routers manually, and not more probable than if they were configured via
> say SNMP.
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