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	Title		: Design and Implementation of the Quality-of-Service in
                          IPv6 using the modified Hop-by-Hop Extension 
                          header-Transitional Mechanism
	Author(s)	: R. Banerjee
	Filename	: draft-banerjee-ipv6-quality-service-00.txt,.ps,.pdf
	Pages		: 18
	Date		: 22-Jan-02
	
This paper proposes a temporary solution to the QoS implementation
in IPv6, the design of which uses the Hop-by-Hop Extension header
and not the 20-bit flow label field in the IPv6 main header. This
paper deals extensively with Integrated Services type of QoS model
(like the one supported by RSVP) and gives the definition of the 
important TLV options that will be needed to specify the Type of QoS
and the corresponding resource requirements in the Hop-by-Hop
Extension Header.

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