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A Non-Queue-Building Per-Hop Behavior (NQB PHB) for Differentiated Services
draft-ietf-tsvwg-nqb-01

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This is an older version of an Internet-Draft whose latest revision state is "Active".
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Authors Greg White , Thomas Fossati
Last updated 2020-09-10 (Latest revision 2020-03-09)
Replaces draft-white-tsvwg-nqb
RFC stream Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
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Submit "A Non-Queue-Building Per-Hop Behavior (NQB PHB) for Differentiated Services" as a Proposed Standard RFC
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Abstract

This document specifies properties and characteristics of a Non- Queue-Building Per-Hop Behavior (NQB PHB). The purpose of this NQB PHB is to provide a separate queue that enables low latency and, when possible, low loss for application-limited traffic flows that would ordinarily share a queue with capacity-seeking traffic. This PHB is implemented without prioritization and without rate policing, making it suitable for environments where the use of either these features may be restricted. The NQB PHB has been developed primarily for use by access network segments, where queuing delays and queuing loss caused by Queue-Building protocols are manifested, but its use is not limited to such segments. In particular, applications to cable broadband links and mobile network radio and core segments are discussed. This document defines a standard Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) to identify Non-Queue-Building flows.

Authors

Greg White
Thomas Fossati

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