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A.5 ERROR_SPEC Class

A.5 ERROR_SPEC Class

ERROR_SPEC class = 6.

  • IPv4 ERROR_SPEC object: Class = 6, C-Type = 1

               +-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+
               |            IPv4 Error Node Address (4 bytes)          |
               +-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+
               |    Flags    |  Error Code |        Error Value        |
               +-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+
    

  • IPv6 ERROR_SPEC object: Class = 6, C-Type = 2

               +-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+
               |                                                       |
               +                                                       +
               |                                                       |
               +           IPv6 Error Node Address (16 bytes)          +
               |                                                       |
               +                                                       +
               |                                                       |
               +-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+
               |    Flags    |  Error Code |        Error Value        |
               +-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+
    

    Error Node Address

    The IP address of the node in which the error was detected.

    Flags

    0x01 = InPlace

    This flag is used only for an ERROR_SPEC object in a ResvErr message. If it on, this flag indicates that there was, and still is, a reservation in place at the failure point.

    0x02 = NotGuilty

    This flag is used only for an ERROR_SPEC object in a ResvErr message, and it is only set in the interface to the receiver application. If it on, this flag indicates that the FLOWSPEC that failed was strictly greater than the FLOWSPEC requested by this receiver.

    Error Code

    A one-octet error description.

    Error Value

    A two-octet field containing additional information about the error. Its contents depend upon the Error Type.

    The values for Error Code and Error Value are defined in Appendix B.


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