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The key differences between CR-LDP and RSVP are the reliability of the underlying transport protocol and whether the resource reservations are done in the forward or reverse direction. Many of the other functional differences come from these points. Table 4-1 summarizes the main technical similarities and differences between CR-LDP and RSVP for LSP tunnels. The sections that follow explain in greater detail the implications of these technical differences between the protocols. Availability of Transport Protocol The most obvious difference between CR-LDP and RSVP is the choice of transport protocol used to distribute the label requests. RSVP uses connectionless raw IP (or UDP packets at the margins of the network). CR-LDP uses UDP to discover MPLS peers and uses connection-oriented TCP sessions to distribute label requests.
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