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	Title		: Label Set Priority and Flagging Operations
	Author(s)	: T. Ozugur, D. Papadimitriou
	Filename	: draft-ozugur-ccamp-gmpls-label-flag-00.txt
	Pages		: 9
	Date		: 24-Jun-02
	
This document presents the GMPLS Signaling mechanisms referred to as
generalized label flagging method, and RSVP-TE/CR-LDP specific
signaling extensions formats needed to ease forward-link label
unavailability when the downstream label selection is restricted by
the upstream node using the Label Set. It also relaxes backward-link
label collision when the downstream label collides with competing
label selection. This method introduces the Flagged Label Set
object/TLV in order to prioritize the reservation of the labels
included in the Label Set enabling to decrease the forward- and
backward-link blocking probability.

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