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I-D ACTION:draft-papadimitriou-enhanced-lsps-03.txt



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	Title		: Enhanced LSP Services
	Author(s)	: D. Papadimitriou, J. Jones
	Filename	: draft-papadimitriou-enhanced-lsps-03.txt
	Pages		: 22
	Date		: 08-Mar-01
	
This document describes the LSP parameters and attributes as well as
the enhanced services they support. In the scope of the domain
service model, the main objective of this proposal is to integrate
within these parameters the Optical Multicast concept, the Shared
Risk Link Group (SRLG) Inference model, the Virtual Private optical
Network (VPoN) model, the Class-of-Priorities and the Class-of-
Service (CoS) augmented model; but also enhanced protection and
restorations mechanisms (in optical meshed networks) as well as
signalling security levels. This draft covers the User-to-Network
Interface (UNI) parameters and the specific parameters used within
Network-to-Network Interface (NNI) signalling. In order to structure
these services, we also propose to group the corresponding
parameters in three distinct groups: LSP Identification parameters,
LSP Service parameters and Policy parameters.

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