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A Scalable and Efficient Inter-Domain QoS Routing Architecture for Diffserv Networks [chapter]

Haci A. Mantar, Junseok Hwang, Steve J. Chapin, Ibrahim Okumus
2003 Integrated Network Management VIII  
In this paper we present a Route Server (RS) architecture that is compatible with the BB model for inter-domain QoS routing.  ...  With Bandwidth Broker (BB) support in each domain, Differentiated Services (Diffserv) is seen as a key technology for achieving QoS guarantees in a scalable, efficient, and deployable manner in the Internet  ...  We addressed the role ofRS in solving complex inter-domain routing in a scalable and efficient fashion.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35674-7_45 fatcat:wlru4h4vazdovhbtjtu2uv7ubm

A survey of internet QoS signaling

Dimitra Vali, Sarantis Paskalis, Lazaros Merakos, Alexandros Kaloxylos
2004 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
The need, however, for accommodating network heterogeneity and flexibility, gave birth to a two-tier resource management model that utilizes separate signaling for intra-and inter-domain reservations and  ...  Moreover, the identified protocols are classified depending on their applicability for intraor inter-domain usage.  ...  techniques for the efficient support of intra-and inter-domain QoS.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2004.5342297 fatcat:glfaysdbvfbanls3movavc5vui

Mechanisms for Inter-domain QoS Routing in Differentiated Service Networks [chapter]

Peng Zhang, Raimo Kantola
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Finally, we present five mechanisms for operating inter-domain QoS routing in DiffServ networks.  ...  We first investigate the needs and problems faced when introducing inter-domain QoS routing into the Internet. Then, we present a model for interdomain QoS routing and describe its building blocks.  ...  DiffServ Architecture with Inter-domain QoS Routing Fig. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-39939-9_13 fatcat:wjg4jqnr65abvg7sxbf7bpanqq

DSMCast: a scalable approach for DiffServ multicasting

A. Striegel, G. Manimaran
2004 Computer Networks  
In addition, we propose a protocol for member join/leave and detail our protocol for both intra-domain and inter-domain routing as well as the various different types of multicast trees (single source  ...  In this paper, we first investigate viable approaches for DiffServ multicasting and then propose an efficient approach, called DSMCast, for DiffServ multicasting that is scalable in terms of group size  ...  However, flooding does not scale to the global Internet and thus a more scalable scheme must be created for inter-domain routing.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2003.10.009 fatcat:g6jhkgntrzcofdze72qcg7dnhe

A scalable architecture for end-to-end QoS provisioning

Spiridon Bakiras, Victor O.K Li
2004 Computer Communications  
The Differentiated Services (DiffServ) architecture has been proposed by the Internet Engineering Task Force as a scalable solution for providing end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees over the  ...  We discuss in detail all the different aspects of the architecture, and indicate how to provide end-to-end QoS support for both unicast and multicast flows.  ...  Conclusions In this article we proposed a scalable architecture for providing end-to-end QoS guarantees in DiffServ-based networks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2004.04.002 fatcat:zee2i5niu5ddff77ggqsqn2qg4

Applying the BGRP Concept for a Scalable Inter-Domain Resource Provisioning in IP Networks [chapter]

Peter Sampatakos, Eugenia Nikolouzou, Iakovos Venieris
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Moreover, in order to provide a way for inter-domain resource control, the BGRP framework is applied and enhanced.  ...  In this context, the architecture proposed in this paper realises a distributed BB architecture, in order to provide a more efficient way for managing the resources of a single domain.  ...  However, the efficiency of an inter-domain protocol requires also an intra-domain architecture capable of providing QoS guarantees.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35673-0_24 fatcat:647bbepb6jay5oyp7plmpdhcfq

Quality of Service with Bandwidth [article]

Shivaji P. Mirashe, N. V. Kalyankar
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Generally there are two significant parts of the network management: intra domain, and inter-domain.  ...  This paper deals with providing Quality of Service (QoS) over IP based networks. We are going to give a brief survey about this topic, and present our work at this area.  ...  The system is scalable it consumes the network resources more efficient.  ... 
arXiv:1003.4073v1 fatcat:drpvhpbfnfggbb4ban3rid6ire

EBM: A New Approach for Scalable DiffServ Multicasting [chapter]

A. Striegel, A. Bouabdallah, H. Bettahar, G. Manimaran
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we propose a new approach, Edge-Based Multicasting (EBM), for providing multicast transport across a DiffServ domain.  ...  Our approach has significant implications for multicasting regarding scalability, deployment, security, heterogeneous users, and resource management.  ...  In the DiffServ architecture, intelligence is migrated to the edge of the domain in order to keep the core of the network simple and scalable.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39405-1_12 fatcat:avikewqy7jggnapxmf6tiytms4

Towards all-IP wireless networks: architectures and resource management mechanism

Majid Ghaderi, Raouf Boutaba
2007 International Journal of Wireless and Mobile Computing  
The last architecture, called AIP, combines ISB and DSB architectures to facilitate the integration of wireless LAN and 3G cellular networks towards a uniform architecture for all-IP wireless networks.  ...  The first architecture, called ISB, is based on a combination of DiffServ and IntServ models appropriate for low-bandwidth 3G cellular networks with significant resource management capabilities.  ...  radio technologies for the air interface. • Network architectures and protocols: Different networks have different architectures and protocols for transport and routing, resource and mobility management  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwmc.2007.016720 fatcat:zlmr7ryv35deveaii3fwxnqfoi

Seamless QoS Handling Mechanism for Macro and Micro Mobility [chapter]

Sangheon Pack, Yanghee Choi
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This architecture consists of a Differentiated Service (DiffServ) model and an Integrated Service (IntServ) model.  ...  The proposed mechanism can meet constant QoS requirements after mobility. Furthermore, it is so flexible and scalable that it can be utilized as the QoS model in the next wireless and mobile networks.  ...  Overall QoS Architecture The core network uses the DiffServ model for QoS provisioning, which is composed of Access Network Gateways (ANGs) and DiffServ Routers (DRs).  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45801-8_7 fatcat:mkepbqipo5fsxljs25luum7dom

Sink Tree-Based Bandwidth Allocation for Scalable QoS Flow Set-Up [chapter]

James Lembke, Byung Kyu Choi
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The paradigm constructs a sink tree at each egress edge router using network topology and bandwidth information provided by a QoS extended version of Open Shortest Path First (OSPF).  ...  In this paper we explore the possibility of a scalable QoS flow set-up using a sink-tree paradigm.  ...  Investigating intra-domain scalability first may be a good approach because a scalable design of BB for intra-domain is likely to lead to scalable inter-domain activities.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11919568_52 fatcat:t4z3ul2qtjapni5xlfsnhvlxgu

A scalable protocol architecture for end-to-end signaling and resource reservation in IP networks [chapter]

Michael Menth
2001 Teletraffic science and engineering  
This paper presents a concept of a scalable networking architecture with end-toend QoS signaling and resource reservation support.  ...  The numerical results show that networks running the proposed architecture can be operated efficiently in spite of overreservation.  ...  Zimmermann (University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim), and the insightful simulations performed by F. Eckhardt.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1388-3437(01)80123-2 fatcat:ebnz4otuhbgelfxcpwcf2psgfu

Pricing and admission control for QoS-enabled Internet

Tianshu Li, Youssef Iraqi, Raouf Boutaba
2004 Computer Networks  
and admission control for multi-domain DiffServ networks.  ...  Over the past ten years, many pricing schemes have been proposed for a QoS-enabled network.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Sonia Waharte and Jin Xiao for their useful comments and discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2004.03.020 fatcat:whkdqks4wnfm5cv3c33li63ndu

Optimizing QoS for Voice and Video using DiffServ-MPLS

N. Almofary, F. Zaki
2012 The International Conference on Electrical Engineering  
Differentiated Services (Diffserv) define a model for implementing scalable differentiation of QoS in the Internet.  ...  Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a fast label-based switching technique that offers new QoS capabilities for large scale IP networks.  ...  DiffServ approaches the problem of QoS by dividing traffic into a small number of classes and allocating network resources on a per-class basis.  ... 
doi:10.21608/iceeng.2012.30804 fatcat:dfsimhboi5em3m2afefeqik75y

Inter-domain QoS routing on Diffserv networks: a region-based approach

Ibrahim T. Okumus, Haci A. Mantar, Junseok Hwang, Steve J. Chapin
2005 Computer Communications  
There are two problems that need to be solved in inter-domain QoS routing: topology distribution in a scalable fashion and finding paths that satisfy QoS constraints and provide connectivity.  ...  In this paper we present a region-based, link-state, source-specified, inter-domain QoS routing architecture that addresses these questions.  ...  [30] focuses on how QoS routing can be realized and used to setup end-to-end QoS paths in a Diffserv network.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2004.08.018 fatcat:q47pbtyyxbdahcifxy5frlzmvy
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