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This draft is a work item of the Packet Sampling Working Group of the IETF.
Title : A Framework for Passive Packet Measurement
Author(s) : N. Duffield
Filename : draft-ietf-psamp-framework-06.txt
Pages : 30
Date : 2004-7-22
This document specifies a framework for the PSAMP (Packet Sampling)
protocol. The functions of this protocol are to select packets from
a stream according to a set of standardized reports, form ra stream
of reports on the selected packets, and to export that stream to a
collector. This framework details the components of this
architecture, then describes some generic requirements, motivated
the dual aims of ubiquitous deployment and utility of the reports
for applications. Detailed requirements for selection, reporting
and export are described, along with configuration of the PSAMP
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