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Title : IPFIX Export of packet information for QoS Meaurements
Author(s) : G. Pohl, C. Schmoll, T. Zseby, L. Mark
Filename : draft-pohl-pktid-00.txt
Pages : 7
Date : 2003-10-23
This document describes an extension for the IP Flow Information Export (IPFIX) protocol that allows to export packet information for QoS measurements with IPFIX. The main idea is to export two types of
records per flow. One type, that consists of the usual flow information plus a unique flow id. And a second type of record, that consists of this flow id and the packet data. The flow id is used to associate the packet data to the corresponding flow.
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