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  1. It seems that there a lot of L2 routing protocol standards coming soon that do essentially the same thing: Routing Ethernet using modified IS-IS. It will be interesting to see how they play out.
  2. I know it's still just bridging but since they are using IS-IS and able to do some things normally done at Layer 3 (no blocked ports, ECMP, SPF) it kind of makes sense (if you're in marketing ;) ) to call it routing at Layer 2.
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