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RSVP and Q.2931 [broadband network signalling]

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1 Author(s)
Crowcroft, J. ; Univ. Coll. London, UK

The paper discusses some of the problems seen with the integration of signaling for support of integrated services Internet over broadband ISDN. In it we contrast the mechanisms employed by the Internet resource reservation protocol, RSVP with those of B-ISDN and Q.2931. We do not propose any solution, but try to give an indication of the direction that signaling for broadband networks must evolve to support more effectively the higher level services that most users will be employing

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Signalling for Broadband, IEE Tutorial Colloquium on

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14 Dec 1995

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