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Deterministic Networking (DetNet): OAM Functions for The Service Sub-Layer

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Authors Balazs Varga , János Farkas , Greg Mirsky
Last updated 2023-01-26 (Latest revision 2022-07-25)
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Operation, Administration, and Maintenance (OAM) tools are essential for a deterministic network. The DetNet architecture [RFC8655] has defined two sub-layers: (1) DetNet service sub-layer and (2) DetNet forwarding sub-layer. OAM mechanisms exist for the DetNet forwarding sub-layer. Nonetheless, OAM for the service sub-layer might require new extensions to the existing OAM protocols. This draft presents an analysis of OAM procedures for the DetNet service sub-layer functions.


Balazs Varga
János Farkas
Greg Mirsky

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