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Title : IP Traffic Engineering Actions resulting in Optical
Author(s) : G. Newsome
Filename : draft-newsome-mgmtplanerqmts-00.txt
Date : 20-Nov-00
The objective of this draft is to discuss methods for deciding that an
IP network would be improved in some way by the addition of extra
capacity, (provided by an underlying network). The draft concludes
that the only reasonable way of doing this is the result of
co-operation between routers, and that this co-operation leads to the
need for standardization of this process.
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