Analysis of point-to-point packet delay in an operational network

  title={Analysis of point-to-point packet delay in an operational network},
  author={Baek-Young Choi and Sue B. Moon and Zhi-Li Zhang and Konstantina Papagiannaki and Christophe Diot},
  journal={IEEE INFOCOM 2004},
  pages={1797-1807 vol.3}
In this paper we perform a detailed analysis of point-to-point packet delay in an operational tier-1 network. The point-to-point delay is the time between a packet entering a router in one PoP (an ingress point) and its leaving a router in another PoP (an egress point). It measures the one-way delay experienced by packets from an ingress point to an egress point across an ISP's network and provides the most basic information regarding the delay performance of the ISP's network. Using packet… CONTINUE READING
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