Inline measurements: a native measurement technique for IPv6 networks

  title={Inline measurements: a native measurement technique for IPv6 networks},
  author={D. P. Pezaros and David Hutchison and R A Gardner and F. Garcia and J. S. Sventek},
  journal={2004 International Networking and Communication Conference},
Next generation convergence networks require ubiquitous measurement mechanisms able to assess dynamically the performance quality characteristics experienced by the different, aggregated traffic flows traversing end-to-end Internet paths. Existing service measurements fall into two main categories: active and passive. The paper introduces a complementary technique called 'inline measurements' that makes use of the extendible features of the emerging IPv6. Through the exploitation of native IPv6… CONTINUE READING
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