DVP : A Novel High-Availability Seamless Redundancy ( HSR ) Protocol Traffic-Reduction Algorithm for a Substation Automation System Network

@inproceedings{Nsaif2014DVPA,
  title={DVP : A Novel High-Availability Seamless Redundancy ( HSR ) Protocol Traffic-Reduction Algorithm for a Substation Automation System Network},
  author={Saad Allawi Nsaif and Jong-myung Rhee},
  year={2014}
}
The high-availability seamless redundancy (HSR) protocol, a potential candidate for substation automation system (SAS) networks, provides duplicated frame copies of each sent frame, with zero fault-recovery time. This means that even in the case of node or link failure, the destination node will receive at least one copy of the sent frame. Consequently, there is no network operation down time. However, the forwarding process of the QuadBox node in HSR is not smart and relies solely on… CONTINUE READING

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