Quality of Service Issues Associated with Internet Protocols

Quality of Service Issues Associated with Internet Protocols

Jairo A. Gutiérrez (The University of Auckland, New Zealand) and Wayne Ting (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Copyright: © 2005 |Pages: 6
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-561-0.ch123
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Abstract

The objective of enabling the development of higher-level multimedia services with guaranteed quality of service (QoS) on networks has prompted developments that attempt to accommodate these new application requirements. Several architectures have been proposed, and a common basic functionality is emerging. Any new architecture that intends to satisfy the ever-growing need for bandwidth in the Internet while providing support for QoS guarantees needs to concern itself with the following aspects (Zhang, Deering, Estrin, Shenker, Zappala, 1993; Biswas, Lazar, Huard, Lim, Mahjoub, Pau, Suzuki, Torstensson, Wang and Weinstein, 1998): • Flow management: identifying the traffic characteristics of a flow so that the network can specify the QoS to be delivered to that flow • Compatibility with a wide range of routing protocols (Callon, Doolan, Feldman, Fredette, Swallow, Viswanathan, 1997) • Resource reservation • Admission control • Packet scheduling: including packet filtering and classification.

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