Ajay Pal Singh Virk

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Traditional configuration management involves complex labor-intensive processes performed by experts. The configuration tasks such as installing or reconfiguring a system, provisioning network services and allocating resources typically involve a large number of activities involving multiple network elements. The network elements may be associated with(More)
The growth of Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) as the emerging choice for provisioning and managing core networks has placed significant emphasis on MPLS based recovery mechanisms. The present global protection frameworks require extensive involvement of Label Switching Routers (LSRs) in the protection framework. The LSRs are involved in failure(More)
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