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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.  ...  In this paper, we discuss issues of finding routes with QoS requirements among multiple domains, called inter-domain QoS routing.  ...  In section 6, we present five mechanisms for operating inter-domain QoS routing in DiffServ networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-39939-9_13 fatcat:wjg4jqnr65abvg7sxbf7bpanqq

A Framework for Lightweight QoS Provisioning: Network Planes and Parallel Internets

N. Wang, D. Griffin, J. Spencer, J. Griem, J. Rodriguez Sanchez, M. Boucadair, E. Mykoniati, B. Quoitin, M. Howarth, G. Pavlou, A. J. Elizondo, M. L. Garcia Osma (+1 others)
2007 2007 10th IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management  
Through Network Plane engineering and interconnection, mainly by means of intraand inter-domain routing differentiation, end-to-end service differentiation across the Internet can be achieved.  ...  In this paper we introduce the concepts of Network Planes and Parallel Internets, with the objective of designing and implementing a lightweight solution for viable end-to-end QoS provisioning.  ...  In addition, we also introduce inter-domain IP tunnelling mechanisms for providing better-than-best-effort services (i.e. enhanced traffic performance without any guarantees). 1) Meta QoS Classes The  ... 
doi:10.1109/inm.2007.374716 dblp:conf/im/WangGSGSBMQHPEOG07 fatcat:t35utcet6jg6fbcfugzra72dpa

A concept of inter-AS priority signaling using BGP attributes

Th. M. Knoll
2008 Networks 2008 - The 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposium  
Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees can be given for networks using resource reservation and admission control.  ...  The increasing number of delay and loss critical services in packet networks require differentiated packet handling in the forwarding plane.  ...  Cross-Layer QoS mapping Service class differentiation in one networking layer should ideally match the same differentiation in the upper and lower layers as well.  ... 
doi:10.1109/netwks.2008.6231341 fatcat:lng6twl5kzfepihdz2ld674peu

A Concept of Inter-AS Priority Signaling using BGP Attributes

Thomas Knoll
2008 Networks 2008 - The 13th International Telecommunications Network Strategy and Planning Symposium  
Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees can be given for networks using resource reservation and admission control.  ...  The increasing number of delay and loss critical services in packet networks require differentiated packet handling in the forwarding plane.  ...  Cross-Layer QoS mapping Service class differentiation in one networking layer should ideally match the same differentiation in the upper and lower layers as well.  ... 
doi:10.1109/netwks.2008.5118487 fatcat:d2xjo5o73ffknpr3lhbgj24cpi

Selected Issues of QoS Provision in Heterogenous Military Networks

Mariann Hauge, Lars Landmark, Piotr Łubkowski, Marek Amanowicz, Krzysztof Maślanka
2014 International Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications  
Finally we describe QoS-aware mechanisms for inter-domain and intra-domain heterogeneous networks, also including real-time services provision in highly mobile environments.  ...  In this article, we examine the major challenges that must be solved in order to provide efficient QoS provisioning in the heterogeneous network.  ...  We will consider these solutions in our future work. VII. SUMMARY AND WAY AHEAD This paper describes an intra-and inter-domain framework for integrated heterogeneous networks.  ... 
doi:10.2478/eletel-2014-0001 fatcat:mwcxh47p25hzjjzhbe2umhlgu4

A Framework for End-to-End Service Differentiation: Network Planes and Parallel Internets

M. Boucadair, P. Levis, D. Griffin, N. Wang, M. Howarth, G. Pavlou, E. Mykoniati, P. Georgatsos, B. Quoitin, J. Sanchez, M. Garcia-osma
2007 IEEE Communications Magazine  
approach for the management of IP network resources to ensure service differentiation with both intra-and inter-domain scope.  ...  This article introduces the network plane (NP) and parallel Internets (PI) concepts for achieving service differentiation.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was undertaken in the Information Society Technologies (IST) AGAVE project, which is partially funded by the European Commission.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2007.4342868 fatcat:mn46vvvcofg75evztobxjdl3gi

A survey of internet QoS signaling

Dimitra Vali, Sarantis Paskalis, Lazaros Merakos, Alexandros Kaloxylos
2004 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
The need for real-time services support over the Internet drives research efforts towards the provision of quality of service (QoS) guarantees in IP networks.  ...  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  ...  INSIGNIA [17] is a QoS protocol proposed for the support of adaptive services in mobile adhoc networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2004.5342297 fatcat:glfaysdbvfbanls3movavc5vui

Scalable Support for Source Specific Multicast in Differentiated Services Networks [chapter]

Ning Wang, George Pavlou, Konstantina Papantoni
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We construct independent trees for each class of service, i.e. QoS-specific trees, in order to reduce routing complexity and avoid QoS fairness issues among different classes.  ...  In this paper we propose a scalable framework for providing differentiated QoS multicast channels for end users with heterogeneous requirements based on the Source Specific Multicast (SSM) model, which  ...  Introduction With the emergence of Quality of Service (QoS) support in the Internet through IP Differentiated Services (DiffServ [2] ) and the requirement for group communications with heterogeneous QoS  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39405-1_21 fatcat:pgqxw5b3enbzfa5wzfkqpinbeu

Multimedia Content Distribution over Next-Generation Heterogeneous Networks Featuring a Service Architecture of Sliced Resources [chapter]

Ioannis M. Stephanakis, Ioannis P. Chochliouros
2012 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
QoS is achieved through over-provisioning in today's access and core networks since there are no flexible mechanisms that are available for end-users to influence the QoS level.  ...  Processes for user-demanded and operator-controlled QoS management as well as mechanisms for applications signaling their requirements on the data path into the network are far from being adequate.  ...  The present work has been performed in the scope of the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33412-2_31 fatcat:ngefvibjjzelpjzowx6hcnq3ee

Dynamic Prioritization of Path for Quality-of-Service Differentiation in Multi-Priority Traffic

Fatemeh Banaie, Seyed Amin Hosseini-Seno, Mohammad Hossein Yaghmaee, Rahmat Budiarto
2014 Proceeding of the Electrical Engineering Computer Science and Informatics  
Such services generally cross multiple domains, but interdomain path computation algorithms still have some limitations.  ...  The proposed algorithm increases the rate of successful replies while minimizing the blockage in network.  ...  But the current release of BGP is inadequate for most inter-domain applications, due to the lack of QoS routing capabilities and scalability issues.  ... 
doi:10.11591/eecsi.v1.385 fatcat:m72gtsurzffulgemmdaso2stru

A policy framework for integrated and differentiated services in the Internet

R. Rajan, D. Verma, S. Kamat, E. Felstaine, S. Herzog
1999 IEEE Network  
which are to be placed in a specific DiffServ class of service.  ...  In this paper, we look at the issues that arise in the definition, deployment and management of policies related to QoS in an IP network.  ...  Various mechanisms and protocols proposed for integrated and differentiated services seek to provide inter-operable, customizable solutions that may be deployed throughout a network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.793689 fatcat:6mestlzrkne2ldfko5dhz3rp4m

A New Perspective for a Global QoS-based Internet

Pierre Levis, Mohamed Boucadair, Pierrick Morand, Jason Spencer, David Griffin, George Pavlou, Panos Trimintzios
2017 Journal of Communications Software and Systems  
For this purpose, we introduce the notion of Meta-QoS-Class and demonstrate its relevance for building QoS-enabled services across multiple domains.  ...  Several Quality of Service (QoS) architectures and mechanisms have been proposed by standardisation bodies.However, those proposals were not always aligned with the spirit of IP networks.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to thank the MESCAL partners for their inputs and fruitful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.24138/jcomss.v1i1.314 fatcat:4wpgcksjxfgunlvbbhtvnkysqm

Distributed QoS Architectures for Multimedia Streaming Over Software Defined Networks

Hilmi E. Egilmez, A. Murat Tekalp
2014 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
end-to-end QoS provision over multi-domain networks, and (iii) two distributed control plane designs by addressing the messaging between controllers for scalable and secure inter-domain QoS routing.  ...  (aggregated) QoS routing information with other domain controllers to enable inter-domain QoS routing with reduced problem dimensionality.  ...  Seyhan Civanlar for helpful discussions and her valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmm.2014.2325791 fatcat:i42vt2bnm5b5zccwlmeetbnhye

Control Exchange Points: Providing QoS-enabled End-to-End Services via SDN-based Inter-domain Routing Orchestration [article]

Vasileios Kotronis, Xenofontas Dimitropoulos, Rowan Kloti, Bernhard Ager, Panagiotis Georgopoulos, Stefan Schmid
2016 arXiv   pre-print
The model is motivated by the inflexibility and ossification of today's inter-domain routing system, which renders critical QoS-constrained end-to-end (e2e) network services difficult or simply impossible  ...  The novelty of the approach is the combination of SDN programmability and dynamic path stitching techniques for inter-domain routing, which extends the value proposition of SDN over multiple domains.  ...  The model is motivated by the inflexibility and ossification of today's inter-domain routing system, which renders critical QoS-constrained end-toend (e2e) network services difficult or simply impossible  ... 
arXiv:1611.02628v1 fatcat:aub5phpgt5cfnaf2s4axm4flu4

Interprovider IP-MPLS services: requirements, implementations, and challenges

Luyuan Fang, N. Bita, J.-L. Le Roux, J. Miles
2005 IEEE Communications Magazine  
With the worldwide success of IP-MPLS [1] networks deployment, inter-connecting multiple provider IP-MPLS networks for global reachability becomes the next important step.  ...  Specifically, we discuss the following areas of interprovider service implementation: protocol implementation options for L3 VPN and their trade-offs, methods for guaranteeing consistent QoS across providers  ...  The QoS capability caters to the various service needs and user applications, providing for differentiated service across the transport network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2005.1452840 fatcat:3foktqsorndlvlzqj6z2g37s7m
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