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Title : LSP Subobject for RSVP-TE
Author(s) : C. Vijayanand
Filename : draft-vijay-mpls-rsvpte-lspsubobject-02.txt
Pages : 9
Date : 2003-6-4
This document describes the use of RSVP-TE to establish hierarchical
tunnels using a LSP sub-object in the ERO.
This document proposes extensions to existing RSVP-TE for
establishing hierarchical tunnels in RSVP-TE using a LSP subobject
in the Explicit route object of RSVP-TE path message. LSP subobject
can be used to uniquely identify the outer tunnel to be used for
tunneling. This is useful in situations where the outer tunnel is
not an FA-LSP and the knowledge of outer tunnel is available to the
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