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	Title		: Implementing MLPP in the Internet Protocol Suite
	Author(s)	: F. Baker
	Filename	: draft-baker-tsvwg-mlpp-that-works-00.txt
	Pages		: 23
	Date		: 2003-12-2
The Defense Information Systems Agency of the United States
Department of Defense, with is contractors, has proposed a service
architecture for military (NATO and related agencies) telephone
systems. This is called the Assured Service, and is defined in two
documents: 'Architecture for Assured Service Capabilities in Voice
over IP' and 'Requirements for Assured Service Capabilities in Voice
over IP'. Responding to these are three documents: 'Reason Header   Field for the Session Initiation Protocol', 'Extending the Session
Initiation Protocol Reason Header to account for  Preemption Events',
'Communications Resource Priority for the Session Initiation

   What remains to this specification is to provide a Call Admission
Control procedure and a Per Hop Behavior for the data which meet the
   needs of this architecture.

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