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Re: What's DCSP? [7:46851] posted 06/18/2002
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DiffServ is the new IP Precedence of an IP packet.  It uses 6 of the ToS
bits instead of the 3 for more granular control and more classes in which to
classify a packet.

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RFC 1149 Compliant.



""Nick Lesewski""  wrote in message
news:200206180242.WAA25330@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> What the flying heck is DCSP?  Its on the new CCIE Written blueprint, but
I
> dont even see where the acronym is defined on the CCO.  Anybody have a
> place to start figuring this one out?  A google search came up with
"digital
> correction signal processor", but not much more then that (if that's even
> the same thing).
>
> Thanks...
>
> NIC
>
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