This paper presents the architecture and framework for a policy based QoS control in a shared medium type of network such as Ethernet. QoS is achieved by a combination of traffic engineering of bandwidth pipes, priority scheduling of traffic at network nodes and controlled access to the bandwidth pipes in broadband access networks.
Structured abstract according to Info guidelines Purpose Video distribution over the Internet leads to heated net-neutrality related debates between network operators and Over-the-Top application providers. The purpose of this paper is to analyze this debate from a new perspective that takes into account all of the assets that companies try to exploit in… (More)
Home networks show an increasing level of heterogeneity regarding the devices connected, network technologies used, and services supported. Heterogeneity inhibits quality assurance for new services, such as online gaming, energy management, and health care. This paper focuses on the role that the concept of Managed Services Lanes (MSLs) plays in Dutch… (More)