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Bottleneck estimation for load control gateways

Krishna Pandit, J. Schmitt, M. Karsten, R. Steinmetz
11th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer Telecommunications Systems, 2003. MASCOTS 2003.  
the load on each path to peer load control gateways.  ...  In this paper, we focus on methods to improve the admission control decision by using probability theoretical insights in order to better estimate the load situation of a bottleneck on a given path.  ...  Conclusion We have devised a method to estimate the load of the bottleneck node in a domain guarded by load control gateways.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mascot.2003.1240672 dblp:conf/mascots/PanditSKS03 fatcat:namj4svv25ahjafrivwppaci5q

A Novel Gateway Selection Technique for Throughput Optimization in Configurable Wireless Mesh Networks

Wei Liu, Hiroki Nishiyama, Nei Kato, Yoshitaka Shimizu, Tomoaki Kumagai
2013 International Journal of Wireless Information Networks  
The simulation results demonstrate that the gateway selection method is effective and efficient to optimize the throughput for wireless mesh networks.  ...  gateway, in order to maximize the network throughput.  ...  Adjust the traffic load for throughput optimization In this section, we run the simulation to optimize the throughput by adjusting the traffic load for each node.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10776-013-0203-y fatcat:lowtmzzs4re4hepfjzj4qyggsy

Random drop congestion control

A. Mankin
1990 Proceedings of the ACM symposium on Communications architectures & protocols - SIGCOMM '90  
For the most part, Random Drop did rwt improve the congestion recovery behavior of the gateways A surprising result was that its performance was worse in a topology with a single gateway bottleneck than  ...  in those with multiple bottlenecks.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author thanks the Internet Engineering Task Force Performance and Congestion Control Working Group, and especially Scott Shenker, for discussions of Random Drop. K.K.  ... 
doi:10.1145/99508.99521 dblp:conf/sigcomm/Mankin90 fatcat:7avlacp36benjjbciy7h4bdzba

Random drop congestion control

A. Mankin
1990 Computer communication review  
For the most part, Random Drop did rwt improve the congestion recovery behavior of the gateways A surprising result was that its performance was worse in a topology with a single gateway bottleneck than  ...  in those with multiple bottlenecks.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author thanks the Internet Engineering Task Force Performance and Congestion Control Working Group, and especially Scott Shenker, for discussions of Random Drop. K.K.  ... 
doi:10.1145/99517.99521 fatcat:otnp4jjg5jh7djkfhycmod34su

A Survey on Load Balancing Gateway Selection Techniques in Wireless Mesh Networks
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N.N.Krishnaveni, Dr.K.Chitra
2015 International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering  
Internet Gateway (IGW) which acts as a central point of internet attachment for the mesh routers, it is likely to be a potential bottleneck because of its limited wireless link capacity.  ...  In this paper we discuss about various load balancing techniques of gateway selection.  ...  (mETT+gwETT) --- (4) This Gateway-aware Routing Metric has two parts.The first part of the metric is responsible for bottleneck capacity and the second part accounts the delay of the path.To control  ... 
doi:10.15680/ijircce.2015.0305043 fatcat:smg7pqvtffffbma4uh6fxvkf5q

Multi-gateway association in wireless mesh networks

Sriram Lakshmanan, Raghupathy Sivakumar, Karthikeyan Sundaresan
2009 Ad hoc networks  
We present arguments for why such a model can result in better capacity, fairness, diversity and security when compared to the default single-association model.  ...  In this paper, we present an alternate model, in which mobile devices are allowed to connect through more than one of the available gateways. We call the model Multi-Gateway Association (MGA).  ...  The maximum of these sums over all nodes in the paths is taken as the bottleneck load for the path i, denoted by BL(i).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.adhoc.2008.07.005 fatcat:cadz3v7enrhxfgtbd3e6iifaui

On multi-gateway association in wireless mesh networks

Sriram Lakshmanan, Karthikeyan Sundaresan, Raghupathy Sivakumar
2006 2006 2nd IEEE Workshop on Wireless Mesh Networks  
We present arguments for why such a model can result in better capacity, fairness, diversity and security when compared to the default single-association model.  ...  In this paper, we present an alternate model, in which mobile devices are allowed to connect through more than one of the available gateways. We call the model Multi-Gateway Association (MGA).  ...  The maximum of these sums over all nodes in the paths is taken as the bottleneck load for the path i, denoted by BL(i).  ... 
doi:10.1109/wimesh.2006.288603 fatcat:qwbfkoh4z5asxgmwqpg3o2pyiq

Channel Assignment Based on the End-to-End Throughput in Multi-hop Wireless Networks [chapter]

Vasilios A. Siris, George Stamatakis, Elias Tragos
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The model can be extended to the case of multipath routing, where there are multiple paths from the same or different gateways to the mesh nodes, and for performing joint channel assignment, topology control  ...  We define a utility-based framework for joint channel assignment and topology control in multi-rate multi-radio wireless mesh networks, and present a greedy algorithm for solving the corresponding optimization  ...  Load balancing objective: This objective tries to balance the load across gateways. Let G be the set of gateway nodes, F m be the set of flows that traverse gateway m.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21560-5_35 fatcat:jv6l7pqbtzd3fg2yafnwuinqky

Energy saving and network performance

Carla Panarello, Alfio Lombardo, Giovanni Schembra, Luca Chiaraviglio, Marco Mellia
2010 Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Energy-Efficient Computing and Networking - e-Energy '10  
More specifically, we propose a Green router (Grouter) implementing a congestion control technique named Active Window Management (AWM) coupled with a new capacity scaling algorithm named Energy Aware  ...  To this purpose, in this paper we focus on reducing the power consumption of access nodes in an ISP network, by controlling the amount of service capacity each network device has to offer to meet the actual  ...  Similarly, we propose to estimate both the current offered traffic and the bottleneck capacity by monitoring and carefully controlling the queue length of transmission links in the access nodes, so that  ... 
doi:10.1145/1791314.1791321 dblp:conf/eenergy/PanarelloLSCM10 fatcat:7275drkpjbcyromp324q45ylu4

Active Window Management: Performance Assessment through an Extensive Comparison with XCP [chapter]

M. Barbera, M. Gerla, A. Lombardo, C. Panarello, M. Sanadidi, G. Schembra
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The most efficient approaches defined so far to address performance degradations in end-to-end congestion control exploit the flow control mechanism to improve end-to-end performance.  ...  The most authoritative solution in this context seems to be the eXplicit Control Protocol (XCP) which achieves high performance but requires changes in both network routers and hosts which make it difficult  ...  This event is detected by the AWM gateway when the number of sources estimated by AWM, which is continuously evaluated by (6), decreases for the first time.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-79549-0_59 fatcat:jr735z5o3fg65nu3nah3qptemu

Congestion avoidance and control

V. Jacobson
1988 Symposium proceedings on Communications architectures and protocols - SIGCOMM '88  
We developed a cheap method for estimating vari- A pleasant side effect of estimating /?  ...  Since at equilibrium our transport connection 'wants' to run the bottleneck link at 100% (p = I), we have to be sure that during the non-equilibrium window adjustment, our control policy allows the gateway  ... 
doi:10.1145/52324.52356 dblp:conf/sigcomm/Jacobson88 fatcat:dtbkynlqrfdl7pfexwox5j3xca

Towards Centralized Management for Video Streaming Over Enterprise Wireless LANs

Rabee Mustapha Abuteir, Anne Fladenmuller, Olivier Fourmaux
2018 2018 IEEE 29th Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC)  
The results demonstrate an improvement for these parameters with different adaptation logic's when SMILE is in use.  ...  To improve the overall users QoE in EWLAN, we propose to address simultaneously the resource bottlenecks that can occur on wireless links as well as the lack of overall bandwidth that can be experienced  ...  A SDN controller could host other services such as load balance services or routing optimization.  ... 
doi:10.1109/pimrc.2018.8580835 dblp:conf/pimrc/AbuteirFF18 fatcat:3shalc5qnna2fmwz27ivk6u57u

Congestion avoidance and control

V. Jacobson
1995 Computer communication review  
Acknowledgements We are grateful to the members of the Internet Activity Board's End-to-End and Internet-Engineering task forces for this past year's interest, encouragement, cogent questions and network  ...  The window size for the connection was 16KB (32 512-byte packets) and there were 30 packets of buffer available at the bottleneck gateway.  ...  Thus the short-term queue demand on the gateway is increasing exponentially and opening a window of size 3 packets will require 3 4 2 packets of buffer capacity at the bottleneck. to random load shocks  ... 
doi:10.1145/205447.205462 fatcat:5cygqw5cpnbvjlvwi6hhn4s6h4

Congestion avoidance and control

V. Jacobson
1988 Computer communication review  
Acknowledgements We are grateful to the members of the Internet Activity Board's End-to-End and Internet-Engineering task forces for this past year's interest, encouragement, cogent questions and network  ...  The window size for the connection was 16KB (32 512-byte packets) and there were 30 packets of buffer available at the bottleneck gateway.  ...  Thus the short-term queue demand on the gateway is increasing exponentially and opening a window of size 3 packets will require 3 4 2 packets of buffer capacity at the bottleneck. to random load shocks  ... 
doi:10.1145/52325.52356 fatcat:iulpf5rdpvgejl2cw5yjk2iqzu

Gateway-aware routing for wireless mesh networks

Prashanth A. K. Acharya, David L. Johnson, Elizabeth M. Belding
2010 The 7th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems (IEEE MASS 2010)  
However, these solutions do not consider constraints imposed by the capacity at the gateway, often the bottleneck in such rural area networks.  ...  We present the design of a new gateway-aware routing metric that picks high throughput routes in the presence of heterogeneous gateways.  ...  Load-sensitivity: GARM does not consider the traffic load on the gateway for gateway selection. Load-based routing leads to routing instability and route flapping [12] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/mass.2010.5663893 dblp:conf/mass/AcharyaJB10 fatcat:gbz3wdwlnvbm3akhkwao2fcceu
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