I would like to known if anyone have used 802.3ah OAM to detect a link failure in a point-to-point link running RSTP or MST, but in the case that this link is transported over a DWDM o SDH NG path, so it is possible to detect a link failure faster than RSTP would do (because I am supposing that no link down will occur)
I did it in a recent setup with 400 msec of 802.3ah frame frequency and missing three in a row causing link to be declared down, but my links were L2 trunks with two vlans/SVIs over them on one side and a router with subinterfaces on the other side.
802.3ah frames travel untagged in my setup but it works with GE over SDH.
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