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I-D ACTION:draft-riverstone-lfap-data-00.txt



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	Title		: Light-weight Flow Accounting Protocol Data Definition 
                          Specification Version 5.0
	Author(s)	: P. Calato, M. MacFaden
	Filename	: draft-riverstone-lfap-data-00.txt
	Pages		: 29
	Date		: 13-Jul-01
	
The Light-weight Flow Accounting Protocol Data Definition
Specification defines the data which may be sent via the Light-
weight Flow Accounting Protocol transport. LFAP transport and LFAP
Data Definition, allow an external Flow Accounting Service (FAS) to
record flow accounting information from a Connection Control Entity
(CCE), allowing flexible Flow Accounting Services to be deployed by
a vendor or customer without changes to, or undue burden on, the
CCE.

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