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Title : Lightpath Route Extensions to RSVP-TE for optical
channel connection setup
Author(s) : M. Krishnaswamy et al.
Filename : draft-krishnaswamy-optical-rsvp-extn-00.txt
Pages : 19
Date : 27-Feb-01
We propose an extension to RSVP-TE that would permit setting up
OCh (optical channel) connections whose paths form a topology that is
independent of the control layer topology. This separation of an OCh
connection path and the associated control layer network may be
necessary for many reasons.
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