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Composite Link Use Cases and Design Considerations
draft-symmvo-rtgwg-cl-use-cases-01

Document Type Replaced Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors Ning So , Andrew G. Malis , Dave McDysan , Lucy Yong , Curtis Villamizar
Last updated 2012-10-11 (Latest revision 2012-06-20)
Replaced by draft-ietf-rtgwg-cl-use-cases
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Abstract

This document provides a set of use cases and design considerations for composite links. Composite link is a formalization of multipath techniques currently in use in IP and MPLS networks and a set of extensions to multipath techniques. Note: symmvo in the draft name is the initials of the set of authors: So, Yong, McDysan, Malis, Villamizar, Osborne. This paragraph will be removed when/if this document is adopted as a WG item.

Authors

Ning So
Andrew G. Malis
Dave McDysan
Lucy Yong
Curtis Villamizar

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