Wojciech Burakowski

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This deliverable collects the studies about the traffic handling mechanisms in the AQUILA architecture. Traffic handling in AQUILA is composed of four related mechanisms operating at different time scales: provisioning (days to weeks), resource pools (hours), admission control (seconds to minutes), traffic control (milliseconds). Keyword List: AQUILA, QoS,(More)
The paper describes the traffic handling mechanisms implemented in the AQUILA pilot QoS IP network [10]. The AQUILA project enhances the DiffServ architecture concept [1,2,3] by adding new functionality for admission control and resource management as well as by defining new set of network services. Each network service is optimised for specific type of(More)
EuQoS is the acronym of “End-to-end Quality of Service support over heterogeneous networks”, which is an IST research project aimed at building a complete QoS framework, addressing all the relevant network layers, protocols, and technologies. EuQoS customers will be able to subscribe to the EuQoS system, for which we are currently proposing and developing(More)
The EuQoS (End-to-End QoS over Heterogeneous Networks) IST Integrated European Project aimed to define a Next Generation Network architecture that builds, uses and manages end-to-end QoS across different administrative domains and heterogeneous networks (UMTS, xDSL, Ethernet, WiFi, Satellite and IP/ MPLS). The EuQoS architecture preserves the openness and(More)
This deliverable specifies the traffic handling mechanisms for the first trial. Keyword List: AQUILA, IST, QoS, Internet, Traffic control, Admission Control, Provisioning AQUILA IST-1999-10077-WP1.3-COR-1301-PU-O/b0 Specification of traffic handling for the first trial Page 2 of 124 Executive Summary This deliverable specifies the traffic handling(More)
This paper presents the admission control (AC) algorithms that are implemented in the prototype multiservice AQUILA QoS IP network [4]. The discussed algorithms were developed for regulating traffic submitted to network services (NS) dedicated for handling: (1) real-time streaming traffic of variable bit rate (VBR) type, and (2) elastic traffic, produced by(More)
The paper describes the traffic handling mechanisms implemented in the AQUILA pilot QoS IP network [AQUILA Project Consortium (2001)]. The AQUILA architecture enhances the DiffServ concept [A Conceptual Model for DiffServ Routers (2000), An Architecture for Differentiated Services (1998), An Expedited Forwarding PHB (2001)] by adding new functionality for(More)
The IST European project EuQoS ("end-to-end QoS over heterogeneous networks ") has defined a NGN architecture that builds, uses and manages the end-to-end QoS path across different administrative domains and heterogeneous networks (UMTS, xDSL, Ethernet, WiFi and satellite access networks and IP/MPLS domains). The architecture follows a model more similar to(More)
This deliverable specifies the traffic handling mechanisms for the second trial. Traffic handling in AQUILA is composed of four related mechanisms operating at different time scales: provisioning (days to weeks), resource pools (hours), admission control (seconds to minutes), traffic control (milliseconds). Keyword List: AQUILA, QoS, Internet, Traffic(More)