Richard Woundy

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Transitioning an infrastructure the size of the Internet is no small feat. We are in the midst of such a transition, <i>i.e</i>., from IPv4 to IPv6. IPv6 was standardized 15 years ago, but until recently there were few incentives to adopt it. The allocation of the last large block of IPv4 addresses changed that, and migrating to an IPv6 Internet has become(More)
Cell-by-cell scheduling has better control on delay with a minimal penalty on the additional buuering. VC merging can be applied with schemes that provide fairness or diierential service. For best-eeort traac, fair queueing may be used to give more bandwidth to a ow which is a result of merging many ows in upstream than a ow which is a result of merging(More)
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