Information model for Policy Based Routing
draft-kini-i2rs-pbr-info-model-00

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Abstract

Policy Based Routing (PBR) is a generic term that describes functionality that currently exists in several routing systems where packets are routed, not just based on the destination address but rather based on a policy that is configured/programmed in the router. This document describes the information model for PBR as it exists in many current implementations.

Authors

Sriganesh Kini (sriganesh.kini@ericsson.com)
Ron Folkes (ronf@juniper.net)
Jan Medved (jmedved@cisco.com)
Ramki Krishnan (ramk@brocade.com)
Anoop Ghanwani (anoop@alumni.duke.edu)

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