Resource reservation comparison of fault resilient routing schemes

Abstract

Reliable delivery of network services is critically for numerous real-time applications, such as video conferencing, broadcast TV and content distribution, in which time sensitive content is delivered to a single or multiple destinations. Failure protection in connection-oriented networks can be realized using local protection schemes, such as fast reroute (FRR), or using end-to-end protection schemes, like redundant trees. In this paper we study the trade-offs between local and end-to-end protection schemes from several key aspects such as protection availability, management complexity and in particular the resource reservation efficiency of the two approaches.

DOI: 10.1109/LCN.2014.6925759

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@article{Bejerano2014ResourceRC, title={Resource reservation comparison of fault resilient routing schemes}, author={Yigal Bejerano and Pramod V. Koppol}, journal={39th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks}, year={2014}, pages={81-89} }