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  1. Nice work Rene, just wondering in terms of the default values, the lsa-hold value will never double as the lsa max value is also 5 seconds. So it can never wait longer than 5 seconds before generating a new LSA?

  2. Hello Chris

    Yes, this is the case for the default configuration. lsa-hold will not actually double unless you tweak the lsa-max value accordingly.

    I hope this has been helpful!

    Laz

  3. Hello: Why is there a flood sat 35 and 80. I do not see any outstanding LSAs

  4. Hi Ram,

    I understand the confusion, I’ll see if I’ll remove it. The third “flood” arrow is when normally a flood would occur, if an LSA was generated during the 2x LSA hold timer.

    Rene

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