This standard specifies protocols, procedures, and managed objects for a Link-local Registration Protocol (LRP) to replicate a registration database from one end to the other of a point-to-point link and to replicate changes to parts of that database. A facility is provided to purge the replicated database if the source becomes unresponsive. LRP is optimized for databases on the order of 1 Mbyte.
Link-local Registration Protocol is designed to facilitate the creation of application protocols that distribute information through all or part of a network.
Current “802.1Q Multiple Registration Protocol (MRP)” is optimized for databases up to 1500 bytes, and slows significantly when used for larger databases. There is a need to overcome this limitation in an efficient manner.
|Status||First Standards Association ballot|
|Current Draft||D3.0 with MIB and YANG (April, 2020)|
|PAR & CSD||Full title: Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks — Link-local Registration Protocol
PAR approved 17 Feb 2017
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