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Re: Optical Crossconnects and IP
- From: Tony Mumm
- Date: Mon May 08 17:29:54 2000
It seems that the goal is to apply IP packets right onto the
lambda windows. But without any ability to provide IP QoS,
it seems like a point of diminishing return.
Hop-by-hop routing is on its way out....and not soon enough.
As for reinventing the virtual circuit, I don't think we can
get much lower than this.
Vadim Antonov <email@example.com>
>> ** Disclaimer; I work for a vendor: PLURIS, but this question concerns a
>> personal curiosity that I have about OXCs. **
>Disclaimer: I do not work for a vendor: PLURIS
>> I also don't
>> see much NSP participation in the relevant standards bodies about signaling
>> in optical networks.
>Probably because the said standards bodies (and on-demand fiber capacity
>allocation in general) have little relevance to the NSPs and Internet
>backbones in general?
>PS I keep wondering why people keep reinventing virtual circuits.