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I-D ACTION:draft-prs-optical-routing-01.txt,.ps

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	Title		: Routing Information Exchange in Optical Networks
	Author(s)	: D. Pendarakis, B. Rajagopalan, D. Saha
	Filename	: draft-prs-optical-routing-01.txt,.ps
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 28-Nov-00
The objective of this draft is to describe mechanisms for exchanging 
routing information between IP routers and optical networks, 
and between optical sub-networks. Such information exchange would 
allow automated establishment of end-to-end paths in an optical 
network comprising of  multiple sub-networks. Furthermore, it would 
allow optical network clients, specifically IP routers, to discover 
their remote peers dynamically. Determination of reachability could 
be the first step in dynamic provisioning of optical paths using 
   (A postscript version of this draft with figures is available as

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