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Author Csaszar, Andras ♦ Takacs, Attila ♦ Szabo, Robert ♦ Henk, Tamas ♦ Szabó, Róbert
Source CiteSeerX
Content type Text
Publisher Springer Verlag
File Format PDF
Language English
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Stateful Operation ♦ Efficient Protocol ♦ Main Operation Mode ♦ Aggregated State ♦ Reduced State Solution ♦ Group Nsis ♦ General Signalling Protocol ♦ Interior Node ♦ Reduced State Resource Reservation Protocol ♦ Analyse Several Solution ♦ Reduced State Resource Reservation ♦ New Mechanism ♦ Rsvp Handle Situation ♦ First Mode Relies ♦ State Correction ♦ Flow-state Information ♦ Fine Control ♦ Per-flow Granularity ♦ Reduced State ♦ Quick Reaction ♦ Qos Resource Reservation
Description Proceedings of IEEE Global Telecommunication Conference [CSA05] (Globecom2004), IEEE
Recently, a new working group -- NSIS -- was established within the IETF to develop a general signalling protocol primarily to support QoS resource reservation. Two main operation modes have been clarified, stateful and reduced state. The first mode relies on per flow-state information in all interior nodes while the other uses aggregated states. Stateful operation is based on RSVP, reduced state on RMD. With the use of aggregated states instead of per-flow granularity one looses fine control over resources but derives a scalable and more efficient protocol. However, some problems need new handling mechanisms. In this paper we discuss the problem of re-routing from the aspect of reduced state resource reservation. We show how quickly and easily RSVP handles such situations but reduced state solutions like RMD require new mechanisms for a quick reaction. We propose and analyse several solutions.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 2004-01-01