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The Address message can distribute one or more addresses belonging to a single address family (for example, IPv4 or IP6) but cannot mix addresses from multiple families. The body of the Address List TLV contains a family identifier followed by a list of addresses. Since the format of an address within a family is well known, the addresses in the list are simply concatenated and the TLV length is used to determine the end of the list. New addresses may be added at any time during the life of the session simply by sending a new Address message.

The ability to support label switching with routing protocols that can’t be used for piggybacking label binding information is perhaps the major advantage of using a separate label distribution protocol. But it is likely to be the only advantage of this approach. On the negative side, this approach makes it more difficult to avoid race conditions—you may end up in a situation where an LSR would have label binding information (label to FEC binding), but not the routing information (FEC to next hop binding) needed to use the label binding information, or vice versa.

The names upstream and downstream seem to have caused considerable confusion, but no attempt to come up with less confusing names has yet succeeded. 14 illustrates flow of both data packets and label binding information for the downstream and upstream label binding modes. In each case data packets flow “down” to the right. In downstream allocation, binding is generated at the downstream end of the link; with upstream allocation, binding is generated at the upstream end. 14 Downstream versus upstream label binding.

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