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I-D ACTION:draft-zamfir-explicit-resource-control-bundle-01.txt

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	Title		: Explicit Resource Control over GMPLS Link Bundles
	Author(s)	: A. Zamfir, Z. Ali
	Filename	: draft-zamfir-explicit-resource-control-bundle-01.txt
	Pages		: 9
	Date		: 2003-5-9
Explicit label/ resource control using the Label ERO and Label RRO 
subobjects is defined in [RFC 3471] and [RFC 3473]. However, when TE 
links are bundled, identification of label resource is not enough for 
the purpose of explicit resource control. Specifically, when link 
bundling [GMPLS-BUNDLE] is used, resource identification requires 
mechanisms to specify the component link identifier, along the TE 
link identifier and Label. This draft defines the extensions to RSVP-
TE [RFC2119, RFC3209] to specify component link identifiers for 
explicit resource control and recording over GMPLS link bundles.

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