Integrated-Services/RSVP Requirements for Layer 2 Traffic Control
draft-hoffman-issll-l2tcreq-00

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Authors Raj Yavatkar  , Don Hoffman 
Last updated 1996-11-26
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Abstract

This documents discusses some of the requirements placed on L2 traffic control in IEEE 802-style networks by IP Integrated Services (IntServ) and RSVP signaling. It outlines some of the features of IntServ/RSVP which are of particular relevance to this style of network, and defines the of the requirements that a L2 network must meet to fully support these features. Finally, it discusses certain L2 mechanism which may aid in meeting these requirements.

Authors

Raj Yavatkar (raj.yavatkar@intel.com)
Don Hoffman (don@teledesic.com)

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