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Resilient Packet Ring (RPR) is a dual-ring network, also known as the IEEE 802.17 Standard. As with other IEEE 802 networks, multiple RPR networks can be bridged together to form a bridged network when necessary. However, further research is necessary on additional issues that arise from bridging RPR networks. In this paper, we place emphasize on two of(More)
When bridging resilient packet rings, previous research have focused on how to prevent the flooding of inter-ring traffic, or traffic whose source and destination nodes are on different rings. In this paper, we propose that attention should also be paid to buffer overflow at the bridges, because packets dropped in transit reduce the overall network(More)
The purpose of this paper is to introduce 2 new RSVP-TE objects which helps in establishing a recovery path which is good enough to handle the existing traffic. These 2 new objects are added into native RSVP path message. Dijkstra's algorithm (N. Drakos, 1997) is used to find the shortest path on an OSPF network. The process of establishing the new backup(More)
The IEEE Working Group 802.17 has recently standardized, the new ring topology network architecture, named Resilient Packet Ring (RPR), to be used mainly in metropolitan and wide area networks. This paper presents the multicast data in RPR network. The existing standard for multicast data is to striped out the packet by source node. The bandwidth is(More)
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