Re: M3UA, Configuration of the remote PS
Christopher Benson <cbenson <at> adax.com>
2007-12-06 18:34:15 GMT
>> I mean to say that if in ASP side if we configure two
>> AS then we can only configure the two remote PS with
>> the same routing key that the local PS is configured.
I will assume that by local PS in your example, you refer
to an AS, the thing that has (is defined by) one Routing
Key, and by remote PS, you may refer to an SG or SGP.
The mechanism and order of operations for local
configuration (provisioning) of remote information
in the described scenario is not a matter for the
protocol specification. It is thus implementation
However, knowledge of remote SG/SGP handling for a
specific Routing Key, serves no local purpose until
that Routing Key is also provisioned as a local AS.
So provision both ends in whatever order your
I apologise in advance if that wasn't actually
your question, or meaning of PS.
On Thu, 6 Dec 2007, Veena S wrote:
>> Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2007 13:09:58 +0530
>> From: Veena S <veena.sig <at> gmail.com>
>> To: sigtran <at> ietf.org
>> Subject: [Sigtran] M3UA, Configuration of the remote PS
>> Is it possible to configure new remote PS without the local PS??
>> I think we can configure the remote PS only if corresponding local PS are
>> I mean to say that if in ASP side if we configure two AS then we can only
>> configure the two remote PS with the same routing key that the local PS is
>> if i understood wrong please clarify me