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DS-PPS: A Practical Framework to Guarantee Differentiated QoS in Terabit Routers with Parallel Packet Switch

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DS-PPS: A Practical Framework to Guarantee Differentiated QoS in Terabit Routers with Parallel Packet Switch
—Parallel Packet Switch (PPS) is used intensively in today’s terabit router to construct the switching fabric. Basic PPS equally deals with all of the traffic in order to achieve uniform load-balancing and high throughput, but it fails to support differentiated QoS. With the recent blooming of delaysensitive Internet traffic, such as the peer-to-peer live streaming and IPTV, differentiated QoS is becoming an urgent demand. In this paper, we propose a novel and practical framework, the Differentiated Service Parallel Packet Switch (DS-PPS), which supports three fundamental QoS features: guaranteed-delay (GD), guaranteed-bandwidth (GB) and best-effort (BE). By adaptively adjusting the number of switching planes offered to each QoS class, DS-PPS precisely controls the delay bounds of GD traffic and the drop precedence of GB traffic. We evaluate DS-PPS by extensive theoretical analyses and comprehensive simulations. Experimental results on a prototype implementation of the framework sh...
Lei Shi, Bin Liu, Wenjie Li, Beibei Wu, Yunhao Liu
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where INFOCOM
Authors Lei Shi, Bin Liu, Wenjie Li, Beibei Wu, Yunhao Liu
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