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Title : Multiple Metrics for Traffic Engineering with IS-IS
Author(s) : D. Fedyk, A. Ghanwani, R. Balay, J. Ash, A. Vedrenne
Filename : draft-fedyk-isis-ospf-te-metrics-01.txt
Pages : 8
Date : 21-Nov-00
This draft describes optional sub-TLVs that can be used to extend IGPs
to support multiple metrics for use with traffic engineering. These
optional extensions are an addendum to the existing work on traffic
engineering extensions to OSPF and ISIS. While the current
specifications allow advertising only one metric, the ability to
advertise multiple metrics has proven to be very useful in similar
systems. The encoding for the proposed optional sub-TLVs is also
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