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RE: QoS and IEEE 802
Yes, I was talking about 2.4.
If there is to be a separate draft-ietf-radext-vlan-priority-00.txt
draft. I would suggest it contain the following attributes from the
following current sections:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tschofenig, Hannes [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2006 9:34 AM
> To: Congdon, Paul T (ProCurve); email@example.com
> Subject: AW: QoS and IEEE 802
> Hi Paul,
> thanks for your quick response.
> > > Is the first document about QoS (is priority QoS for you)?
> > The 802 priority attributes define a standard mechanism to
> > the standard 802.1 priority regeneration table. They do
> not deal with
> > bandwidth allocations, reservations, schedulers, markers, meters...
> > They simply make a mapping of the incoming priority of a
> frame to one
> > of the eight 802 classes of service. This is fairly simple and in
> > support of an existing standard, so I would argue they do
> not need to
> > become part of a larger common QoS approach. There are no current
> > open issues related to this attribute.
> Do you refer to the Section 2.4. User-Priority-Table ?
> I will take a look at the referenced document ([IEEE802.1D]).
> a few references are missing, btw.
> Is the content of this attribute going to be dumped into
> > draft-ietf-radext-vlan-priority-00.txt
> What else will go into this draft?
> > Paul
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