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	Title		: Policy Framework MPLS Information Model for QoS and TE
	Author(s)	: R. Chadha et al.
	Filename	: draft-chadha-policy-mpls-te-01.txt
	Pages		: 57
	Date		: 29-Nov-00
The purpose of this draft is to describe an information model for
representing MPLS traffic engineering policies. RFC 2702,
'Requirements for Traffic Engineering over MPLS', is used as a basis
for determining the types of information that need to be represented
in such an information model. The latter document describes the
functional capabilities required to implement policies that
facilitate efficient and reliable network operations in an MPLS
domain. The information model described in this draft attempts to
capture the information required to enable the functional
capabilities described in RFC 2702. This information model could be
used by a management system to optimize network performance through
the necessary network provisioning actions.
An overview of policy-based management is given in this document,
along with a description of the relationship of this work to other
information models that are being defined in the IETF Policy
Framework working group. This is followed by a detailed description
of the information model, and a number of examples illustrating its

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