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How to Determine a Server and a Client in a TCP Connection for an LDP Session?

Latest reply: May 17, 2017 06:30:46 1169 2 0 0 0


Does anyone know how to determine a server and a client in a TCP connection for an LDP session?


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Created May 17, 2017 06:30:46


You can compare the two LDP transport addresses used to set up a TCP connection. The LSR with a larger IP address plays an active role that to initiates an LDP session and thus is the client of the TCP connection. The LSR with a smaller IP address plays a passive role and thus is the server of the TCP connection.

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