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Title : Configuration Guidelines for Basic Classes of Managed Traffic
Author(s) : F. Baker
Filename : draft-baker-diffserv-basic-classes-01.txt
Pages : 34
Date : 2003-10-27
This paper summarizes a recommended correlation of applications to
Differentiated Service Code Points (DSCP) and packet treatments in
the network. There is no intrinsic requirement that individual
DSCPs correspond to given applications, but as a policy it is
useful if they can be applied consistently.
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