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Title : Interworking of RFC 3473 and 3474
Author(s) : L. Ong, et. al.
Filename : draft-ong-ccamp-3473-3474-iw-00.txt
Pages : 5
Date : 2003-10-21
This document defines interworking procedures between [RFC 3473]
(Generalized MPLS (GMPLS) RSVP-TE) and [RFC 3474] (GMPLS RSVP-TE
Usage and Extensions for ASON) signaling. RFC 3474 extensions
are used in ITU-T Recommendation [G.7713.2]. Two basic interworking
scenarios are discussed.
RFC 3474 was intended to use the same basic mechanisms as and
to be backwards compatible to RFC 3473. Some objects in 3474
are carried transparently over an RFC 3473 network, in
accordance with RSVP procedures for unrecognized objects.
Other objects must be mapped or generated at the interworking
The mechanisms described in this document are applicable to
any types of interfaces common to RFC 3473 and Recommendation
G.7713.2, esp. time-division multiplexed, lambda or
fiber switching interfaces.
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