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Re: IETF54- Informal discussion on BC Model for DS-TE
Consider this my feedback on bandwidth constraint models.
The Russian Dolls model is well understood and can directly be used to
meet the scenarios in the requirements draft w/o using the network totally
inefficiently, so in the spirit of expedience, I fully support it.
The architecture and protocol supports new models, so should a production
network ever deploy any of this, they can surely help develop a new one to
plug in (such as maximum allocation).
If we were going to throw ourselves open for consideration of other
models, I have put some thought into a generic, hierarchical model
which can be configured to the user's whim.
I have an old document which describes it in more detail available at:
The terminology is probably off, and I never did get around to doing a
sanity check implementation. I can respin into I-D after the meeting if
there is sufficient interest.
On Fri, 12 Jul 2002, Francois
Le Faucheur wrote:
> TEWG will not meet in Yokohama/IETF54.
> I'd like to invite the people who will be in Yokohama and have thoughts on
> default Bandwidth Constraints model for DS-TE, to get together for a very
> informal discussion on that topic.
> Let's meet in the lobby of the main hotel at 17:30pm on Monday.
> See you there