I'll try to get a hitchhiking trough the topic addressed at this messages.
There's something I'd like to know looking toward successfully implement commercial VoIP/ToIP over a MPLS infrastructure.
Supporting IP QoS (DiffServ) across the core backbone and/or MPLS traffic-engineered paths is really required ?
Consider a whole backbone built with high speed throughput connections, plenty of bandwidth availability and no periods of congestion!
I do believe TE tunnels (paths) are necessary for quick recovery when a node or link fails, but rather them assuming something I haven't experienced yet I'd like to listen from someone with a previous experience on this kind of deployment (commercial VoIP/ToIP).
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Cisco Software Manager Server
This document describes the programmatic interfaces, RESTful APIs, which are supported by Cisco Software Manager Server (CSM Server).
CSM Server supports a set of finite RESTful APIs. The fir...