Definition of ACH TLV Structure
draft-bryant-mpls-tp-ach-tlv-02

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Authors David Ward  , Stewart Bryant  , Sami Boutros  , George Swallow 
Last updated 2009-05-29
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Abstract

In some application of the associated channel header (ACH), it is necessary to have the ability to include a set of TLVs to provide additional context information for the ACH payload. This document defines a number of TLV types. NOTE the family of Address Types is known to be incomplete. The authors request that members of the MPLS-TP community provide details of their required address formats in the form of text for the creation of an additional sections similar to Section 3.1. NOTE other TLV types will be added in further revisions of this document. The authors request that members if the MPLS-TP community requiring new TLVs to complete there MPLS-TP specifications provide details of their required TLV in the form of text for the creation of additional sections similar to Section 2.2.

Authors

David Ward (dward@cisco.com)
Stewart Bryant (stbryant@cisco.com)
Sami Boutros (sboutros@cisco.com)
George Swallow (swallow@cisco.com)

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