Improving RSVP for Better Support of Internet Multimedia Communications

@inproceedings{Mathy1999ImprovingRF,
  title={Improving RSVP for Better Support of Internet Multimedia Communications},
  author={Laurent Mathy and David Hutchison and Stefan Schmid and Geoff Coulson},
  booktitle={ICMCS, Vol. 2},
  year={1999}
}
The existing Internet can only provide ‘best-effort’ service, i.e. it tries its best to forward user traffic. Using existing mechanisms, however, there can be no guarantees regarding loss rate or delays because packets can be dropped indiscrimately during congestion. While this best-effort service works fine for most traditional Interent applications such as email, it is totally unacceptable for emerging real-time multimedia applications such as Internet telephony or video-on-demand (VOD… CONTINUE READING

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