Routing in DS-TE networks with an opportunistic bandwidth allocation model

@article{Reale2012RoutingID,
  title={Routing in DS-TE networks with an opportunistic bandwidth allocation model},
  author={Rafael F. Reale and Walter da Costa Pinto Neto and Joberto Martins},
  journal={2012 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)},
  year={2012},
  pages={000088-000093}
}
DS-TE (DiffServ-aware MPLS-TE) networks support Quality of Service (QoS) implementation for traffic classes (TCs). Bandwidth Allocation Models (BAMs) are used in DS-TE networks in order to define Bandwidth Constraints (BCs) in a per-class basis and effectively define how this resource is reserved and eventually shared by applications. Existing BAM models are aware of traffic classes and are enablers for QoS guarantees while trying to optimize the use of bandwidth resources on a per-link basis… CONTINUE READING
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