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Title : Generic Aggregate RSVP Reservations
Author(s) : F. Le Faucheur, et al.
Filename : draft-lefaucheur-rsvp-ipsec-02.txt
Pages : 34
Date : 2005-10-21
[RSVP-IPSEC] defines RSVP extensions for IPsec which permit support
of reservations for individual IPsec flows, but it does not support
aggregate reservations between the IPsec devices with Diffserv
[DIFFSERV] classification and scheduling. Conversely, [RSVP-AGG]
defines how to aggregate individual RSVP reservations over Aggregate
IP reservations when the aggregation region supports Diffserv, but it
does not address the case where the Aggregator and Deaggregator use
IPsec. Also, [RSVP-AGG] does not address the case where multiple
Aggregate reservations are needed for the same DSCP from the same
Aggregator to the same Deaggregator. However, there are scenarios
requiring aggregate reservations for IPsec tunnels or requiring
multiple aggregate reservations for the same DSCP from a given
Aggregator to a given Deaggregator. This document specifies the
incremental RSVP extensions beyond those defined in [RSVP-IPSEC] and
[RSVP-AGG] to support such reservations.
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