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Title : Achieving Assured Service Levels through Source Routed MPLS
Author(s) : M. Gibson
Filename : draft-gibson-mpls-srcroute-00.txt
Pages : 23
Date : 23-Feb-01
This memo sets out an MPLS-based solution to the IP service delivery
problems as set out in RFC 2990. The solution is based on source
routing of IP flows using MPLS label stacks.
The solution elements are introduced sequentially and a usage
scenario is mapped out that aligns with the work in the ISSLL working
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