Diffserv and MPLS: A Quality Choice. Stephenson, A. Network Magazine, November, 1998.
@article{ Stephenson98,
  author = {A. Stephenson},
  title = {Diffserv and MPLS: A Quality Choice},
  journal = {Network Magazine},
  year = {1998},
  month = {November},
  annote = {Two emerging technologies in the endeavour to provide guaranteed and predictable QoS in IP networks are Differentiated Services (DiffServ) and MultiProtocol Label Switching). DiffServ evolved from Integrated Services (IS) but scales better than its predecessor since it does not employ RSVP. Unlike IS, DiffServ offers QoS for classes of connections, not single ones. MPLS, on the other hand, has its roots in such technologies as IP switching and tag switching. IP packets is tunneled through the link setup by MPLS. In this article, an overview is given over DiffServ and MPLS. The text is succinct, but still written in an easy-to-read manner. It is recommended to anyone who, like me, wants to learn more about these technologies but do not want to invest hours wading through all drafts and RFCs.},
  bibdate = {Thursday, April 20, 2000 at 08:14:50 (MEST)},
  submitter = {Karl-Johan Grinnemo}

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