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Title : Fast Reroute Techniques in RSVP-TE
Author(s) : P. Pan et al.
Filename : draft-pan-rsvp-fastreroute-00.txt
Pages : 31
Date : 27-Nov-01
This document describes the use of RSVP [RSVP, RSVP-TE] to establish
backup LSP tunnels for local repair of LSP tunnels.
Two methods are presented here. One is to setup one-to-one detour LSPs
according to the requirements defined by the head-end users. The other
is to setup many-to-one bypass LSP using a single bypass tunnel to
backup a set of protected LSPs (making use of label stacking) to reroute
both data and control traffic. Both methods can protect both link and
node during network failure, and make use of local protection
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