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[Policy] I-D ACTION:draft-ietf-policy-qos-info-model-04.txt



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	Title		: Policy Framework QoS Information Model
	Author(s)	: Y. Snir, Y. Ramberg, J. Strassner, R. Cohen, B. Moore
	Filename	: draft-ietf-policy-qos-info-model-04.txt
	Pages		: 49
	Date		: 13-Nov-01
	
This document presents an object-oriented information model for 
representing policies that administer, manage, and control access to 
network QoS resources. This document is based on the IETF Policy Core 
Information Model and its extensions as specified by [PCIM] and [PCIMe]. 
This draft builds upon these two documents to define an information 
model for QoS enforcement for differentiated and integrated services 
using policy. It is important to note that this document defines an 
information model, which by definition is independent of any particular 
data storage mechanism and access protocol.

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