Usage and Format of the DCLASS Object With RSVP Signaling
draft-bernet-dclass-01

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Author Yoram Bernet 
Last updated 1999-03-04
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Abstract

RSVP signaling may be used to enhance the manageability of application traffic's QoS in a differentiated service (diff-serv) network [intdiff]. In this model, certain network elements within or at the edges of the diff-serv network may use RSVP messages to effect admission control or to apply QoS policy. One mechanism by which network elements may apply QoS policy is by causing a DCLASS object to be returned to a sending host in an RSVP RESV message. The DCLASS object indicates the diff-serv DSCP that the sender should include when submitting packets on the admitted flow, to the diff- serv network. This draft describes the usage and format of the DCLASS object.

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Yoram Bernet (yoramb@microsoft.com)

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