Hi all,
I have found the following problematic text in Section 10.1.2 of RFC 5882:
<quote>
   If multiple topologies are used to support multiple data protocols (or
   multiple classes of service of the same data protocol), the topology-
   specific path associated with a failing BFD session should no longer
   be advertised in IS-IS Label Switched Paths (LSPs) in order to signal
   a lack of connectivity.
<end quote>

I suspect that LSP in this context stands for Link State Packet and not for 
Label Switched Path.

If my understanding is correct, is this observation worth an Editorial Errata?


Regards,
Sasha

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