I have question about the differnce between SSO/NSR(GR) and NSR.
In my understanding SSO/NSR is stateful switchover from Active to Backup Mainly take over teh startup configuration and FIB TCAM table and so on. But this protocol need to re-establish the routing table and topology database etc.
But if NSR functions when stateful switchover happens then it takes over routing table and toplogy database etc. right?
If so, I think BGP peer down/up (flapping) , OSPF/EIGRP neighbor state change does not happen right?
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