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	Title		: A Modified Specification for use of the IPv6 Flow 
                          Label for providing An efficient Quality of Service   
                          using hybrid approach
       	Author(s)	: R. Banerjee et al.
	Filename	: draft-banerjee-flowlabel-ipv6-qos-02.txt,.ps,.pdf
	Pages		: 23
	Date		: 21-Mar-02
	
This memo suggests a modified specification for defining the 20-bit
Flow Label field using a hybrid approach that includes options to
provide IntServ as well as DiffServ-based support for Quality of
Service. It also compares various suggested approaches for defining
the 20-bit Flow Label field in IPv6 Base Header based on RFC 2460
(December 1998) and draft-conta-ipv-flow-label-02.txt by Conta &   
Carpenter (July 2001). The resultant mechanism is fully   

    implementable and unambiguous as even the lower-level details have

    been worked out as may be required for real implementations.

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