[Mavs] FW: MAVS / multi-provider QoS for VPNs

"Martin Halstead" <mhalstead@nexagent.com> Thu, 27 October 2005 16:32 UTC

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Hi - there should be a discussion on the Monday afternoon Ops open area meeting regarding MAVS. Could you let me know if any of you plan to attend? Would be good to give feedback on the need for a MAVS WG.

Regards
 
Martin Halstead, 

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Guichard (jguichar) [mailto:jguichar@cisco.com]
Sent: 27 October 2005 17:19
To: David Kessens; Ross Callon; David Meyer
Cc: bwijnen@lucent.com; rbonica@juniper.net; rick@rhwilder.net; Philip
Jacobs (phjacobs); Bruce Davie (bdavie); Martin Halstead
Subject: RE: MAVS / multi-provider QoS for VPNs


Hi David,

Martin Halstead [copied] from Nexagent has agreed to provide an overview
of the MAVS proposal. Can you confirm that this slot is still available
? Best regards,

Jim Guichard CCIE# 2069
Principal Engineer - MPLS Technologies

ITD Boxborough
DD: 978-936-1586
Cell: 857-205-2383

 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Kessens [mailto:david.kessens@nokia.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2005 10:21 AM
> To: Ross Callon; David Meyer
> Cc: bwijnen@lucent.com; rbonica@juniper.net; 
> rick@rhwilder.net; Jim Guichard (jguichar); Philip Jacobs 
> (phjacobs); Bruce Davie (bdavie)
> Subject: Re: MAVS / multi-provider QoS for VPNs
> 
> 
> Ross, Dave,
> 
> We are planning to have some attention to the MAV topic 
> during our open area meeting. 
> 
> In addition, we have seen a lot of talk about the IPsphere 
> initiative in various fora and I understand that some of the 
> people CC'ed on this mail are involved with either initiative or both.
> 
> I was wondering whether it is possible that any of you could 
> help us with a brief talk on what IPsphere is all about, and 
> an additional longer talk on the MAV proposal (it is intended 
> that we will have some discussion on the MAV proposal while 
> IPsphere is more of an informational nature)
> 
> David Kessens
> ---
> 

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