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What Are the Common Causes of the Problem that an LDP Session Suddenly Goes Down?

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What Are the Common Causes of the Problem that an LDP Session Suddenly Goes Down?
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Created May 19, 2017 06:18:11

A: An LDP session is sensitive to the link status and the system busy state. The LDP session may flap if packet forwarding becomes abnormal or CPU usage becomes high.

If an LDP session is terminated, an alarm is generated. The possible cause is that the Hello Hold timer or Keepalive Hold timer expires. For details on alarms, see the alarm reference.
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