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Construction and performance measurement of the RSVP local network

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2 Author(s)
Younghee Kim ; Chungnam Nat. Univ., Taejon, South Korea ; Dae Young Kim

This paper describes the experiences of constructing a RSVP local network and reports the results of the performance measurement. The RSVP local network is a RSVP/CBQ testbed and the network that is able to support an enhanced QoS. RSVP is a mere signaling protocol, so CBQ (Class-Based Queueing) is required to provide a traffic control mechanism and resource management for each flow. Mgen, ttt, and vic application are used to compare a reserved traffic with a nonreserved traffic. Several experiments show that the RSVP local network provides the enhanced QoS for the reserved traffic of real-time applications. Finally, this paper discusses the problems of the RSVP local network and suggests the minor solutions

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Internet Workshop, 1999. IWS 99

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