Hybrid on-path off-path approach for end-to end signalling accross NSIS domains (HyPath) v3



In a multi-domain Internet that offers QoS guaranties for applications, there is the need of signalling among the domain entities that are responsible for the management of QoS. Because different domains have different network protocols and topologies, the HyPath approach uses the NSIS protocol and interactions with the local routing protocols to have an off path signalling in hybrid environments.


QoS signaling


IETF 68th, March 2007

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Year 2008 : 3 citations

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