Packet forwarding

  • Wai Sum Lai
  • Published 1988 in IEEE Communications Magazine
A packet network is viewed as consisting of two major interacting layers: a lower layer responsible for the determination of a set of paths that can be used to carry packet flows, and an upper layer responsible for actually sending the flows over these paths, on a per-packet basis. A systematic review is provided of the various techniques that can be used… CONTINUE READING