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This draft is a work item of the Forwarding and Control Element Separation Working Group of the IETF.
Title : ForCES Protocol Evaluation Draft
Author(s) : D. Putzolu
Filename : draft-ietf-forces-evaluation-00.txt
Pages : 31
Date : 2003-12-10
This document provides an evaluation of the applicability of three
proposed approaches for a ForCES protocol: FACT, GRMP, and
Netlink2. A summary of each of the proposed protocols against the
ForCES requirements and the ForCES framework is provided.
Compliancy of each of the protocols against each requirement is
detailed. A conclusion summarizes how each of the protocols fares in
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