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FW: I-D ACTION:draft-bonica-tunneltrace-01.txt
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- From: Ron Bonica <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 21:15:33 -0500
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My apologies for the cross posting.
Discussion of this draft has moved to the CCAMP WG and mailing list.
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> Title : Tracing Requirements for Generic Tunnels
> Author(s) : R. Bonica, K. Kompella, D. Meyer
> Filename : draft-bonica-tunneltrace-01.txt
> Pages : 11
> Date : 22-Feb-01
> This document specifies requirements for a generic route tracing
> application. The application must provide all functionality that
> 'traceroute' [RFC 2151] currently provides. It also must provide
> enhanced capabilities with regard to tracing through tunnels (e.g.,
> IP-in-IP, MPLS).
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