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A scaleable VP restoration system for reliable Internet configuration

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1 Author(s)
Won-Kyu Hong ; Telecommun. Network Lab., Korea Telecom, Taejeon, South Korea

Since routers in IP network are connected with ATM virtual path (VP) permanent virtual connection (PVC) and each VP contains bundles of VCs, a VP layer network can serve as a server layer and each IP layer network can be a client layer. Therefore the effective Internet service provisioning completely depends on the reliability of VP server layer network from the perspective of the optimality and the network survivability. This paper proposes the distributed ATM VP PVC restoration framework with the dynamic rerouting schemes in hierarchical transport network. The rerouting algorithm aims to provide rapid ATM VP PVC restoration in the case of fault or performance degradation in terms of maximization of network resource utilization and satisfaction of the end user's QoS requirement. It guarantees the IP network survivability in spite of ATM network faults or performance degradations. In addition, this paper evaluates the rerouting performance for a real network, the High Speed Information Network (HSIN)

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Industrial Electronics Society, 2001. IECON '01. The 27th Annual Conference of the IEEE  (Volume:3 )

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2001

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