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Title : Path Quality Verification over an All-Optical Network
Author(s) : S. Seno, Y. Konishi
Filename : draft-seno-path-quality-verification-00.txt
Pages : 8
Date : 2002-10-25
This draft proposes a framework for path quality verification over an
all-optical network. Because it will be difficult to ensure quality of
a dynamically established path over an all-optical network, it may be
useful for network providers to have means to verify quality of a path
before it is served to the subscribers. This draft proposes a framework
for such means, including requirements behind them and a path continuity
check mechanism to verify optical-level path quality upon a path's
establishment by the GMPLS signaling.
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