Problem Statement: Bandwidth Aggregation for Internet Access
draft-zhang-banana-problem-statement-01

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Abstract

Bandwidth aggregation capabilities for Internet access services can significantly improve end user's Quality of Experience. Such capabilities are especially attractive in environments where multi- interfaced boxes become commonplace and can technically connect to various access networks, both wired and wireless. This document describes the issues with bandwidth aggregation for Internet access. A set of requirements are derived from the said issues.

Authors

Margaret Cullen (margaret@painless-security.com)
Nicolai Leymann (n.leymann@telekom.de)
Cornelius Heidemann (heidemannc@telekom.de)
Mohamed Boucadair (mohamed.boucadair@orange.com)
Hui Deng (denghui@chinamobile.com)
Mingui Zhang (zhangmingui@huawei.com)
Behcet Sarikaya (sarikaya@ieee.org)

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