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Offline Traffic Engineering in a Large ISP Setting

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Author Christopher Liljenstolpe
Last updated 2002-12-11
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This document is in response to a request made by the Traffic Engineering Working Group for a set of traffic engineering practices from a sample of the ISP engineering community. It reflects the current traffic engineering principles and practices that Cable & Wireless uses for its global 'packet' networks (including IP and MPLS) at the time of publication. It will also identify some of the history that has lead to the specific principles and practices as well as some of the trade-offs between these methods and other possible approaches. It is not intended to be a detailed engineering guide or 'how-to' document.


Christopher Liljenstolpe

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