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I-D ACTION:draft-carlberg-ieprep-elastic-requirements-00.txt

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	Title		: Requirements for Authorized Emergency Communications
                          Using Elastic Service
	Author(s)	: K. Carlberg, I. Brown
	Filename	: draft-carlberg-ieprep-elastic-requirements-00.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 20-Jun-02
The objective of this draft is to present a set of requirements to
address requests by users of authorized emergency communications for
better than best effort service for elastic service.  We stress the
word 'request' versus guarantee, and we do NOT advocate broad
sweeping changes to elastic applications.  This document provides
background information on emergency communications and presents
suggested do's and don'ts in addressing the issue of requirements
for elastic services.  Finally, examples of requirements for specific
applications are presented.

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