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Network Convergence over MPLS [chapter]

Enrique Vázquez, Manuel Álvarez-Campana, Ana B. García
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is emerging as a flexible technology that can transport voice, IPv4, IPv6, layer 2 services (Frame Relay, ATM, Ethernet, etc.), and even PDH and SDH/SONET circuits  ...  over a single packet infrastructure, in a new attempt to solve the old problem of network convergence.  ...  : Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge to Edge VoMPLS: Voice over MPLS VoMPLS: Voice over MPLS Voice packets can be transported over MPLS without the overhead associated to the typical RTP/UDP/IP encapsulation [  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-25969-5_26 fatcat:4565bnyxhfcunjcbwk3mnny2am

Performance Evaluation of Different QoS Models for Connecting Telephone Exchange Centers over Metro Ethernet Networks

Ghasem Mirjalily, Parisa Bastani, S.M.T. Almodarresi
2009 Journal of Networks  
This paper studies the performance of connecting telephone exchange centers over a metro Ethernet network using MPLS and DiffServ QoS model.  ...  New protocols such as MPLS and Diffserv are realized due to the major advantages associated with them such as QoS.  ...  PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS In this section, we introduce some preliminaries in brief, including: QoS, Metro Ethernet and Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) concepts.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jnw.4.10.960-967 fatcat:jrkwnrgwb5dm7ffkafxbjrtttq

MEASUREMENT BASED COMPARISON BETWEEN VoIPoMPLS AND VoIP USING SOFTWARE ROUTERS

Itrat Quadri, Mohammad Al-Ohali
2004 unpublished
Voice over Internet Protocol over Multi-Protocol Label Switching (VoIPoMPLS) is a relatively new idea in facilitating voice traffic between access networks over an MPLS backbone as opposed to VoIP that  ...  Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is one such technology.  ... 
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Glossary of Acronyms and Terms [chapter]

Implementing Voice over IP  
For example, the protocol, like intelligent networking application part (INAP) defines a number of triggers needed to complete a particular service.  ...  ), service switching point (SSP or enhanced CO), and intelligent peripheral (IP) or a dedicated service node as network elements.  ...  LDP Label distribution protocol; a protocol or a set of procedures which the label switched routers (LSRs) use to inform the label or forwarding equivalence class (FEC) of packets to each other (see IETF's  ... 
doi:10.1002/0471225274.gloss fatcat:7ju62vheyfepfo22cgxjxvprfu

Background and Introduction [chapter]

Implementing Voice over IP  
label switching (MPLS), and other protocols can be used.  ...  LDP Label distribution protocol; a protocol or a set of procedures which the label switched routers (LSRs) use to inform the label or forwarding equivalence class (FEC) of packets to each other (see IETF's  ...  PPP Point to point protocol; this refers to an IETF protocol (RFC 1547, RFC 1661) that defines encapsulation, link control, and network control mechanisms for transmission of multi-protocol data-grams  ... 
doi:10.1002/0471225274.ch1 fatcat:mkgx3pgzhnfo3kp3h46ne4twk4