TRILL OAM Mac Address



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The general structure of TRILL OAM messages is presented in
[RFC7174]. TRILL OAM messages consist of six parts: Link Header,
TRILL Header, Flow Entropy, OAM Ethertype, OAM Message Channel, and
Link Trailer.

The OAM Message Channel carries various control information and OAM-
related data between TRILL switches, also known as RBridges or
Routing Bridges.

A common OAM Message Channel representation can be shared between
different technologies. This consistency between different OAM
technologies promotes nested fault monitoring and isolation between
technologies that share the same OAM framework.

The TRILL OAM Message Channel is formatted as specified in IEEE
Connectivity Fault Management (CFM) [8021Q].

The ITU-T Y.1731 [Y1731] standard utilizes the same messaging format
as [8021Q] OAM messages where applicable. This document takes a
similar stance and reuses [8021Q] in TRILL OAM. It is assumed that
readers are familiar with [8021Q] and [Y1731]. Readers who are not
familiar with these documents are encouraged to review them.

This document specifies TRILL OAM fault management. It updates
[RFC6325] as specified in Section 3.1. TRILL performance monitoring
is specified in [RFC7456].