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Admission Control for Inter-domain Real-Time Traffic Originating from Differentiated Services Stub Domains [chapter]

Stylianos Georgoulas, George Pavlou, Panos Trimintzios, Kin-Hon Ho
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present an admission control scheme for inter-domain real-time traffic originating from DiffServ stub domains; that is real-time traffic originating from end-users connected to a Diff-Serv  ...  Differentiated Services (DiffServ) are seen as the technology to support Quality of Service (QoS) in IP networks in a scalable manner by allowing traffic aggregation within the engineered traffic classes  ...  Conclusions In this paper we presented a measurement based admission control for inter-domain real-time traffic originating from DiffServ stub domains.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-72697-5_10 dblp:conf/wwic/GeorgoulasPTH07 fatcat:wspozjbobzb7booefcog5azoiy

Budget-based QoS management infrastructure for All-IP network

Yao-Nan Lien, Hung-Ching Jang, Tzu-Chieh Tsai, Hsing Luh
2005 The 7th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology, 2005, ICACT 2005.  
This paper proposes a Budget-Based management infrastructure, BBQ, 1 for All-IP networks to offer end-to-end QoS assurance to their services.  ...  In this scheme, the quality bound of each component network is controlled based on a calculated budget plan. End-to-end QoS will be assured by a global QoS management agent.  ...  To speed up the real-time admission procedure, each edge router is pre-allocated with some short-paths and equipped with an admission control agent (ACA) to perform the admission control autonomously.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icact.2005.246037 fatcat:o62tx2ji5na7hj3f3m3azjgub4

A Bandwidth-Broker Based Inter-domain SLA Negotiation [chapter]

Haci A. Mantar, Ibrahim T. Okumus, Junseok Hwang, Steve Chapin
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This work presents an Inter-Domain Bandwidth Broker (BB) based Service Level Agreements (SLAs) Negotiation Model for Differentiated Services (DiffServ) networks.  ...  A BB in each DiffServ domain handles SLAs on behalf of its domain by communicating with its neighboring peers.  ...  BB Test-bed We used real-time traffic traces collected from real networks for our experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11907381_14 fatcat:tgv5t2u7pffujc7uziemjauwha

A policy framework for integrated and differentiated services in the Internet

R. Rajan, D. Verma, S. Kamat, E. Felstaine, S. Herzog
1999 IEEE Network  
, and the exchange of policy information among different administrative domains.  ...  The administrative criteria for regulating access to resources constitute the QoS policies.  ...  Differentiated services secured through provisioning: This includes the case of using policy to specify and control DiffServ within a domain, and, in an inter-domain scenario, control bilateral agreements  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.793689 fatcat:6mestlzrkne2ldfko5dhz3rp4m

Incentive Based Inter-domain Routeing [chapter]

Richard Mortier, Ian Pratt
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This growth has brought to light one of the Internet's shortcomings: lack of support for efficient control and management of traffic, particularly between domains.  ...  The Internet's inter-domain routeing system has evolved to keep pace with the Internet's rapid growth, from a few co-operatively managed administrative domains to a large number of competetive domains.  ...  Inter-AS Pricing The principal aim of inter-AS pricing is to give greater control over traffic distribution to operators offering and receiving transit services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39405-1_28 fatcat:vpclsanlyvbl7emqwkuyhevlva

A Coordinated Detection and Response Scheme for Distributed Denial-of-Service Attacks

Ho-yu Lam, Chi-pan Li, Samuel Chanson, Dit-yan Yeung
2006 2006 IEEE International Conference on Communications  
We have set up a network testbed for carrying out extensive experiments using real server machines, routers and software attack tools.  ...  Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks present serious threats to servers in the Internet.  ...  xxx xxx Attack traffic Inter-domain connecti Attacker node Normal node Gateway router Border router Transit networks Stub network 1 Stub network 3 Stub network 4 H4 TABLE  ... 
doi:10.1109/icc.2006.255091 dblp:conf/icc/LamLCY06 fatcat:5kfma23torgaxlwt7eug2hrsim

IP easy-pass: a light-weight network-edge resource access control

Haining Wang, A. Bose, M. El-Gendy, K.G. Shin
2005 IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking  
Without a resource access control mechanism that can efficiently differentiate legitimate real-time traffic from attacking packets, the traffic conditioning and policing enforced at ISP (Internet Service  ...  Providing real-time communication services to multimedia applications and subscription-based Internet access often requires that sufficient network resources be reserved for real-time traffic.  ...  Without a resource access control mechanism that can efficiently differentiate legitimate real-time traffic from spoofed packets, the traffic conditioning and policing conducted at ISP edge routers cannot  ... 
doi:10.1109/tnet.2005.860113 fatcat:sq6b7fzuavdabkkyul4vvzbgqi

Interdomain QoS Paths Finding Based on Overlay Topology and QoS Negotiation Approach [chapter]

Serban Georgica, Eugen Borcoci
2010 Trends in Telecommunications Technologies  
Introduction The real time multimedia services, delivered on Internet networks, raised new challenges for the network regarding the end to end (E2E) quality of services (QoS) control in order to ensure  ...  Related to this, the main advantage of the proposed solution is that, by separating the process of path finding from the QoS negotiation, the path searching process doesn't need to work real time.  ...  The EIMS@NP manager performs the QoS specific tasks such as admission control (AC), routing and service provisioning.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8497 fatcat:unlyfahxszfbzc3c3bbs6qmb7q

A Stochastic Analytical Modeling Framework on ISP–P2P Collaborations in Multidomain Environments

Xu Zhang, Ning Wang, Yue Cao, Linyu Peng, Haining Meng
2018 IEEE Systems Journal  
cross-ISP traffic and enhancing service quality of end users.  ...  In this paper, we focus on such issues and develop an analytical modelling framework for analysing optimized inter-domain peer selection schemes concerning ISP policies, with the main purpose of mitigating  ...  Noticing that U s is a strictly concave function in µ and as noted in [35] , which is commonly used for describing elastic traffic and is also common used for performing distributed admission control.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsyst.2017.2725914 fatcat:3s6i3i6mtbeilp44vet6dhmvte

An overview of routing optimization for internet traffic engineering

Ning Wang, Kin Ho, George Pavlou, Michael Howarth
2008 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
In this survey we review Internet traffic engineering from the perspective of routing optimization.  ...  Therefore, the nature of TE is effectively a routing optimization for enhancing network ABSTRACT Traffic engineering is an important mechanism for Internet network providers seeking to optimize network  ...  Mechanisms for outbound inter-domain TE. as an example.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2008.4483669 fatcat:3aofu6ikbvc23hfxqznbrpm7iq

Transparent QoS Support of Network Applications Using Netlets [chapter]

Kalaiarul Dharmalingam, Martin Collier
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
real-time services.  ...  We use mobile-agent components called Netlets for this purpose. Netlets are nomadic components that roam in a network providing predefined network services.  ...  The primary messages used by RSVP are the PATH message which originates from the traffic sender and RESV message which originates from the receiver.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36086-7_19 fatcat:ttjgltehaveulc2yjzw47ju4k4

Research challenges in QoS routing

X. Masip-Bruin, M. Yannuzzi, J. Domingo-Pascual, A. Fonte, M. Curado, E. Monteiro, F. Kuipers, P. Van Mieghem, S. Avallone, G. Ventre, P. Aranda-Gutiérrez, M. Hollick (+3 others)
2006 Computer Communications  
Quality of Service Routing is at present an active and remarkable research area, since most emerging network services require specialized Quality of Service (QoS) functionalities that cannot be provided  ...  The provisioning of QoS based network services is in general terms an extremely complex problem, and a significant part of this complexity lies in the routing layer.  ...  differential treatment of traffic with different QoS requirements.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2005.06.008 fatcat:mldnjuev6nhpbf5rbkk6wr2kt4

Armada Middleware and Communication Services [chapter]

T. Abdelzaher, S. Dawson, W.-C. Feng, E. F. Jahanian, S. Johnson, A. Mehra, T. Mitton, A. Shaikh, K. Shin, Z. Wang, H. Zou, M. Bjorkland (+1 others)
1999 Operating Systems and Services  
From a real-time application developer's point of view, the approach creates the need for generic high-level software services that facilitate building embedded distributed real-time applications on top  ...  ARMADA is set of communication and middleware services that provide support for fault-tolerance and end-to-end guarantees for embedded real-time distributed applications.  ...  These stubs hide the details of the kernel's local communication mechanism from the programmer of the real-time service, thus making service code independent from specifics of the underlying microkernel  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-5041-9_1 fatcat:agmlkj7jpvgtliystu543tyrfu

QoS Architectures [chapter]

2007 QoS Over Heterogeneous Networks  
in inter-domain environment. • To monitor BR traffic flow monitoring, modelling and simulation for inter-domain capacity planning and traffic engineering (inter-domain traffic matrix). • To collect policy  ...  Neither traffic prediction nor real time reaction to congestion including Call Admission Control (CAC) is provided. For this reason, static trunks are typically over-provisioned.  ...  NCC Allocation The rationale under the bandwidth allocation algorithm is to assure the QoS guaranteed traffic and, in the same time, to help the non-guaranteed traffic to offer the best possible service  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470058763.ch6 fatcat:kbpmgukkwbhz7an6ogbnutfdri

Quality of service for IP voice services: is it necessary?

Marko Luoma, Markus Peuhkuri, Tomi Yletyinen, Raif O. Onvural, Seyhan Civanlar, Paul J. Doolan, James V. Luciani
1998 Internet Routing and Quality of Service  
From experiences we can say that the present general purpose computer architecture is no means optimal for providing controlled quality of service for a real-time communication.  ...  We conclude that routers offering real-time services need prioritized traffic handling.  ...  The original reference implementation framework for real-time router included four components: the packet scheduler, the admission control routine, the classifier, and the reservation setup protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.333714 fatcat:b2wz76arfngdpjaiod4xdmmtbm
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