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IGP Extensions for Support of Slice Aggregate Aware Traffic Engineering
draft-bestbar-lsr-slice-aware-te-00

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors William Britto , Rejesh Shetty , Colby Barth , Bin Wen , Shaofu Peng , Ran Chen
Last updated 2021-08-26 (Latest revision 2021-02-22)
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Abstract

A slice aggregate is a collection of packets that match a slice policy selection criteria and are given the same forwarding treatment. Slice Aggregate aware Traffic Engineering (SA-TE) is a mechanism that facilitates Traffic Engineering (TE) path selection to take into account the available network resources associated with a specific slice aggregate. This document specifies the Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) extensions for support of SA-TE. This includes the generalization of the semantics of a number of IGP extensions already defined for existing MPLS Traffic Engineering in [RFC3630], [RFC4124], [RFC5305] and additional IGP extensions beyond those.

Authors

William Britto
Rejesh Shetty
Colby Barth
Bin Wen
Shaofu Peng
Ran Chen

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