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  1. Probably I’ve understood it, since I haven’t watched your video before asking the question. Let me try: There is no permanent problem between Router 1 and his neighbors, since this was just an example from you. Moreover there still could be a problem with a query between Router 3 and Router 2 (theres none in your example but it could happen). Nevertheless I barely unterstand the “congestion” part?!

  2. great explanation ,thank you.

  3. Hi Paul,
    You generally have it right. The short answer is after 90 seconds, an SIA-Query is sent.

    The longer answer:

    Each router manages its own SIA Query and SIA Query Response management. This means that as soon as each router has put a route in Active (regardless of whether the router in question was the actual first router to start the process) and has sent a Query to its neighbors, that router also starts a timer. At 90 seconds, for each neighbor from which it has not received a reply, it will send an SIA Query to check on the status of the original que

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  4. Hi Lazaros, I got it. Thanks a lot for you reply.Its really helpful.

  5. Thanks for such a good brief .Can we have a lab where we can test it.

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