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Thu Nov 13 07:38:05 UTC 1997
Thanks. I've seen that article, but it did not furnish me with any
"experiences" with these technologies. I appreciate the reference.
Anybody have hands-on with these approaches and the relative strengths
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>On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Marcel Schoenbeck wrote:
>Pretty comprehensive comparison done on 10/97 by Data Communications on
>these and other companies. See:
>> hello Nanog,
>> A While back there was a thread on QoS, CoS...
>> I'm interested what people think about this category of products.
>> appear to be a bunch of vendors after this this market...
>> Structured Internetworks
>> Has anybody worked with any of these products? Do they work?
>> What about the different technologies
>> Flow Control
>> not to mention RSVP
>> Is one approach better than another.
>> I'd love to hear any comments or experiences
>> ~ Marc
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