Supporting Service Level Agreements on IP Networks by Dinesh Verma
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Service-Level Agreement definition and deployment is a key issue for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and other network service providers as they construct a quality of service architecture for IP networks. An essential resource for network engineers and architects, Supporting Service-Level Agreements on IP Networks will help you build a core network capable of supporting a range of services, such as virtual private networks (VPNs), multicast traffic, and Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS). You'll also learn to create SLA solutions using off-the-shelf components in both best-effort and DiffServ/IntServ networks. See how to verify the performance of your SLA, as either a customer or network services provider, and use SLA's to support IPv6 networks.


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