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Title : Using Two Octets for Bandwidth Values in OSPF and ISIS
extensions for Traffic Engineering
Author(s) : Q. Ma, H. Ou
Filename : draft-ma-ospf-isis-te-00.txt
Pages : 7
Date : 27-Feb-01
In OSPF and ISIS extensions for support of traffic engineering, sub-
TLVs with values of link bandwidth are advertised. Currently a
bandwidth value is denoted by a 4-byte IEEE floating number. This
draft proposes a simple way to use two octets to represent a
bandwidth value used in traffic engineering sub-TLVs
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