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RFC 5777, "Traffic Classification and Quality of Service (QoS) Attributes for Diameter", February 2010

Source of RFC: dime (ops)

Errata ID: 2337
Status: Held for Document Update
Type: Editorial
Publication Format(s) : TEXT

Reported By: Francois Bard
Date Reported: 2010-07-19
Held for Document Update by: Dan Romascanu

Section 4.2.10 says:

The Absolute-End-Fractional-Seconds AVP (AVP Code 569) is of type
Unsigned32.  The value specifies the fractional seconds that are
added to Absolute-End-Time value in order to determine when the time
window ends.  If this AVP is absent from the Time-Of-Day-Condition
AVP, then the fractional seconds are assumed to be zero.

It should say:

The Absolute-Start-Fractional-Seconds AVP (AVP Code 569) is of type
Unsigned32.  The value specifies the fractional seconds that are
added to Absolute-End-Time value in order to determine when the time
window ends.  The Absolute-End-Fractional-Seconds represent 
a 32-bit fraction field giving a precision of about 232 picoseconds 
( 1/((2^32)-1)) seconds ).  If this AVP is absent from the Time-Of-Day-
Condition AVP, then the fractional seconds are assumed to be zero.
See the Network Time Protocol [RFC 1305] for more precision.

Notes:

The AVP description lacked a explanation about what a fractional second is.

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