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Title : Operational measurements for Traffic Engineering
Author(s) : B. Christian, B. Davies, H. Tse
Filename : draft-christian-tewg-measurement-00.txt
Pages : 13
Date : 10-Aug-00
This memo describes measurement in order to accomplish Traffic
Engineering (TE) in IP networks. This document will aid vendors in
their choice of information to provide; it will assist network
operators in determining the appropriate information to request; and
will demonstrate how measurements are used to accomplish TE. The
objective of this memo is to describe TE measurement. This memo
will also describe (in brief) some methods for using the variables
and some methods for gathering the information.
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