On Sat, 05 Oct 2002 07:38:51 +0859, Masataka Ohta said:
I'm routing based on circuit ID. Current RSVP does not.
Like I said - RSVP is *NOT* circuit based.
You misunderstand the problem.
Not in the slightest. I understand RSVP - what I objected to was the
statement that RSVP is circuit based.
The problem is that a protocol to tweak the control of an underlying
bandwidth allocation is pretty useless if there isn't enough bandwidth
I'm aware of that.
You can't reserve 1Gbps on the best effort path with T1 circuit, even
if the T1 circuit is not broken.
Old news. The following has been .sig fodder since at least 13 Feb 1990:
***> NETWORK PLANNING CONSTRAINT OF THE MONTH:
***> "You can't send bits over a non-existent link."
***> --Valdis Kletnieks
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