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Egress Admission Control

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Egress Admission Control
—Allocating resources for multimedia traffic flows with real-time performance requirements is an important challenge for future packet networks. However, in large-scale networks, individually managing each traffic flow on each of its traversed routers has fundamental scalability limitations, in both the control plane’s requirements for signaling, state management, and admission control, and the data plane’s requirements for per-flow scheduling mechanisms. In this paper, we develop a scalable architecture and algorithm for quality-of-service management termed egress admission control. In our approach, resource management and admission control are performed only at egress routers, without any coordination among backbone nodes or per-flow management. Our key technique is to develop a framework for admission control under a general “black box” model, which allows for cross traffic that cannot be directly measured, and scheduling policies that may be ill-described across many netw...
Coskun Cetinkaya, Edward W. Knightly
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where INFOCOM
Authors Coskun Cetinkaya, Edward W. Knightly
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