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I-D ACTION:draft-vasseur-mpls-ospf-te-cap-00.txt

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	Title		: OSPF Traffic Engineering capability TLVs
	Author(s)	: J. Vasseur, P. Psenak
	Filename	: draft-vasseur-mpls-ospf-te-cap-00.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 2002-10-28
This draft proposes OSPF traffic engineering capability TLVs. Two 
capability TLVs are defined in the current draft: the Path 
Computation Server Discovery (PCSD) TLV that allows a router to 
announce its Path Computation Server capability to other LSRs within 
an OSPF area or a routing domain and the Mesh-group TLV used by an 
LSR to indicate its desire to participate to a mesh of Traffic 
Engineering Label Switched Path (this mesh of TE LSPs is identified 
by a mesh-group number). They are both used in the context of MPLS 
Traffic Engineering. Additional OSPF TE capability TLVs may be added 
in further revision of this draft. Those OSPF TE capability TLVs 
will be carried within the OSPF router information LSA (opaque type 
of 4, opaque ID of 0) defined in [18].

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