Partial Service Deployment in the Integrated Services Architecture
draft-ietf-rsvp-partial-service-00

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Last updated 1997-04-25
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Abstract

Specifications for providing enhanced qualities of service in the Internet have been defined in [2,4]. Technical and administrative concerns may prevent a network element from offering one or more of these services. In this document, we present a mechanism for dealing with heterogeneity in the set of services offered by different network elements. This approach enables end-to-end service to be composed of different per-hop services while not requiring end systems to be aware of the details of the service provided at each hop.

Authors

Lee Breslau (breslau@parc.xerox.com)
Scott Shenker (shenker@parc.xerox.com)

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