Traffic Dynamics in Virtual Routing Multi Topology System

@article{Chennakeshavulu2013TrafficDI,
  title={Traffic Dynamics in Virtual Routing Multi Topology System},
  author={K. Chennakeshavulu},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={14},
  pages={74-77}
}
Providing a better performance is the key in IP network systems.An Adaptive Multipath Routing(AMR) system is introduced to handle the unpredicted traffic dynamics. The proposed system consists of Weight Computation component that sets the link weights and producing the maximum paths in the virtual routing multi topology. Based on the produced paths, an adaptive Traffic Splitting mechanism performing the traffic splitting across for every destination in the network within a short period. The… Expand

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