Reservations for Aggregate Traac: Experiences from an Rsvp Tunnels Implementation 1 Rsvp Tunnels 1.1 Encapsulation Tunnels 1.2 Mechanism Description

@inproceedings{Terzis1998ReservationsFA,
  title={Reservations for Aggregate Traac: Experiences from an Rsvp Tunnels Implementation 1 Rsvp Tunnels 1.1 Encapsulation Tunnels 1.2 Mechanism Description},
  author={Andreas Terzis and Lixia Zhang and Ellen L. Hahne},
  year={1998}
}
Among its various uses, IP-in-IP tunneling is a simple way to aggregate the data ows from multiple sources to multiple destinations into one ow, to cross part of the Internet. In this paper we report our design and implementation of RSVP support for resource reservations over IP-in-IP tunnels, and our experience from this eeort that revealed a number of issues related to making resource reservations for aggregate data ows. First, aggregation and de-aggregation go in pairs, thus the exit point… CONTINUE READING

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