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Title : PWE3: ATM service description
Author(s) : J. Fischer et al.
Filename : draft-fischer-pwe3-atm-service-01.txt
Pages : 24
Date : 04-Oct-01
Generic requirements for Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3)
have been described in . This draft lists ATM specific
requirements and provides encapsulation formats and semantics for
connecting ATM edge networks through a core packet network using IP,
L2TP or MPLS. This basic application of ATM interworking will allow
ATM service providers to take advantage of new technologies in the
core in order to provide ATM multi-services.
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