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Differentiated Service Class Recommendations for LLN Traffic

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Authors Shitanshu Shah , Pascal Thubert
Last updated 2015-08-07 (Latest revision 2015-02-03)
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Differentiated services architecture is widely deployed in traditional networks. There exist well defined recommendations for the use of appropriate differentiated service classes for different types of traffic (eg. audio, video) in these networks. Per-Hop Behaviors are typically defined based on this recommendations. With emerging Low-power and Lossy Networks (LLNs), it is important to have similar defined differentiated services recommendations for LLN traffic. Defined recommendations are for LLN class of traffic exiting out of LLNs towards high-speed backbones, converged campus network and for the traffic in the reverse direction.


Shitanshu Shah
Pascal Thubert

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