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  1. You never really want to set backoff to anything but 90 90. So much so that Cisco chanaged the default timers in 15T to 90 90 because of customer demands. OER can take a long term to converge and when you start looking at things to cut down, the backoff timer is the easiest prey to be target for a change to the running config to optimize convergence to INPOLICY.

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