This amendment specifies protocols, procedures, and managed objects for a Resource Allocation Protocol (RAP) that uses the Link-local Registration Protocol (LRP) and supports and provides backwards compatibility with the stream reservation and quality of service capabilities, controls and protocols specified in IEEE Std 802.1Q. RAP provides support for accurate latency calculation and reporting, can use redundant paths established by other protocols, and is not limited to bridged networks.
signaling protocol that performs distributed and dynamic resource management and admission control is an essential component for automatic configuration in bridged LANs requiring latency and bandwidth guarantees. Current IEEE 802.1Q Multiple Stream Reservation Protocol (MSRP) is constrained by the capability of its underlying IEEE 802.1Q Multiple Registration Protocol (MRP) and does not efficiently support a large reservation database. For use in distributed stream reservation, IEEE 802.1Q MSRP does not make use of all available Quality of Service provisions and does not support reservation for the streams in need of high availability by use of the technologies specified in IEEE Std 802.1CB. The proposed amendment will address these issues.
|Current Draft||D0.0 (not available yet)|
|PAR & CSD||Full title: Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks — Bridges and Bridged Networks — Amendment: Resource Allocation Protocol
PAR approved 27 Sep 2018;
|Editor||not appointed yet|
|not available yet||802.1Qdd, Draft 0.0|
The above list includes only the latest version of (proposed) dispositions. See the project folder for a complete list). The dates listed are the website file dates; they may differ from the creation dates in the documents.
|10 Dec 2018||Aggregatin of micro-streams into one common stream
|14 Sep 2018||RAP – LRP interaction
|07 Nov 2017||RAP white paper update
|07 Nov 2017||RAP white paper
The above list includes only the latest version of updated documents and omits those superseded by subsequent discussion or inclusion in the current draft (see filenames beginning “dd-” in the 2018 and 2019 public directories for a complete list). The dates listed are the website file dates; they may differ from the creation dates in the documents.