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Title : VPN Performance Measurements û an open model based proposal
Author(s) : P. Groom
Filename : draft-groom-vpn-tunnel-00.txt
Pages : 0
Date : 2003-12-5
This document discusses a proposed solution for measuring the performance of a VPN tunnel, in terms of latency, packet loss and availability, using a standards based methodology. Although various vendors have provided methods of measuring VPN performance, all of them use either proprietary protocols or bespoke software. This paper proposes a standards based solution that can be easily integrated into an NMS (Network Management System).
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