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	Title		: Examples for Provision of Preferential Treatment in Voice over IP
	Author(s)	: M. Pierce, D. Choi
	Filename	: draft-pierce-ieprep-pref-treat-examples-02.txt
	Pages		: 21
	Date		: 2004-1-9
	
Assured Service refers to the set of capabilities used to ensure 
that mission critical communications are setup and remain connected. 
[Pierce1] describes the requirements, one of which is to provide 
preferential treatment to higher priority calls. IEPS refers to a 
set of capabilities used to provide a higher probability of call 
completion to emergency calls made by authorized personnel, usually 
from ordinary telephones. This also requires some form of 
preferential treatment. This memo describes some of the methods 
which may be applied to provide that preferential treatment.

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