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Three-way Handshake Is Implemented on P2P Interfaces of an IS-IS Device, Why Does the Problem that the Local Device Is Up and the Remote Device Is Dow

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Three-way Handshake Is Implemented on P2P Interfaces of an IS-IS Device, Why Does the Problem that the Local Device Is Up and the Remote Device Is Down Occur?
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Adamcolob
Created Apr 27, 2017 06:57:41

To be compatible with the peer supporting only two-way handshake rather than three-way handshake, the HUAWEI NetEngine5000E works in two-way handshake mode. As a result, the problem that the local device is Up and the remote device is Down may occur.
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