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Architecture of the Resource Reservation Service for the Commercial Internet

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Author Muneyoshi Suzuki
Last updated 1997-10-14
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The purpose of this document is to clarify the architecture that should be used for the resource reservation service for the commercial Internet. First, this document explains the basis of the tariff for current telecommunication and Internet services. Then it clarifies problems in the billing for Internet service, and describes how billing can be improved by using the resource reservation setup protocol. Finally, it also studies technical and application models for a commercial resource reservation service model, and clarifies an architecture for the resource reservation setup protocol.


Muneyoshi Suzuki

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