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Title : Some Comments on GMPLS and Optical Technologies
Author(s) : G. Bernstein, V. Sharma
Filename : draft-bernstein-gmpls-optical-00.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 13-Nov-00
GMPLS  is being considered as an extension to the MPLS framework
to include optical, non-packet switched technologies. This draft
reviews the motivation for doing so from an end-userĘs perspective
and points out some key requirements/impacts that this will have on
the extensions to the routing and label distribution/signaling
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