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Fairness and delay/loss study of an end-to-end bandwidth regulation scheme

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2 Author(s)
Frank, M. ; Inst. of Comput. Sci., Bonn Univ., Germany ; Martini, P.

The variety and heterogeneity of different approaches for Quality of Service (QoS) support on different protocol layers result in the need of a solution with end-to-end overview and regulation of dataflows in a network. Previously we proposed the concept of ROBIN (regulation of bandwidth in intra-networks) to regulate the sending bandwidth of data flows in heterogeneous campus networks by determining bottlenecks and possible rate limitations with a global knowledge of the network state based on the end-to-end operation of the mechanism. This paper presents latest results of a simulation-based performance analysis studying the throughput fairness of an enhanced version of ROBIN and evaluating the impact of the bandwidth regulation on delays and packet losses in the network

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Local Computer Networks, 1998. LCN '98. Proceedings., 23rd Annual Conference on

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11-14 Oct 1998