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Loss of session connectivity
An LSR determines the integrity of an LDP session according to the LDP PDU (which carries one
or more LDP messages) transmitted on the session. Before the Keepalive timer times out, if two
LDP peers have no information to exchange, they can send Keepalive messages to each other
to maintain the LDP session. If an LSR does not receive any LDP PDU from its peer during a
Keepalive interval, it closes the TCP connection and terminates the LDP session.
Receiving a shutdown message from the peer
An LSR can also send a Shutdown message to its LDP peer to terminate the LDP session. When
receiving the Shutdown message from an LDP peer, an LSR terminates the session with the LDP
peer.

Protocols

RFC 3031, Multiprotocol Label Switching Architecture
RFC 3032, MPLS Label Stack Encoding
RFC 5036, LDP Specification
MPLS configuration task list
Task
Enabling the MPLS function
Configuring a static LSP
Establishing dynamic LSPs
through LDP
Maintaining LDP sessions
Configuring MPLS LDP capability
Configuring local LDP session
parameters
Configuring remote LDP session
parameters
Configuring PHP
Configuring the policy for triggering
LSP establishment
Configuring the label distribution
control mode
Configuring LDP loop detection
Configuring LDP MD5 authentication
Configuring LDP label filtering
Configure a DSCP value for outgoing
LDP packets.
Configuring BFD for MPLS LDP
Resetting LDP sessions
Configuring a TTL processing mode
for an LSR
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Remarks
Required.
Required.
Required.
Optional.
Optional.
Optional.
Use either the static
or dynamic LSP
Optional.
configuration
method.
Optional.
Optional.
Optional.
Optional.
Optional.
Optional.
Optional.
Optional.

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