Traffic Accounting in Segment Routing Networks
draft-ali-spring-sr-traffic-accounting-02

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Abstract

Capacity planning is the continuous art of forecasting traffic load and failures to evolve the network topology, its capacity, and its routing to meet a defined Service-Level Agreement (SLA). This document takes a holistic view of network capacity planning and identifies the role of traffic accounting in network operation and capacity planning, without creating any additional states in the SR fabric.

Authors

Zafar Ali (unknown-email-Zafar-Ali)
Clarence Filsfils (cfilsfil@cisco.com)
Ketan Talaulikar (ketant@cisco.com)
Siva Sivabalan (msiva@cisco.com)
Martin Horneffer (Martin.Horneffer@telekom.de)
Robert Raszuk (robert@raszuk.net)
Stephane Litkowski (stephane.litkowski@orange.com)
daniel.voyer@bell.ca (daniel.voyer@bell.ca)

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