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By Ramji Balakrishnan

Advanced QoS for Multi-Service IP/MPLS Networks is the definitive consultant to caliber of provider (QoS), with complete information regarding its positive factors and merits. discover a reliable theoretical and useful evaluation of the way QoS might be carried out to arrive the enterprise goals outlined for an IP/MPLS community. themes contain normal QoS types for IP/MPLS networks, crucial QoS positive factors, forwarding sessions and queuing priorities, buffer administration, multipoint shared queuing, hierarchical scheduling, and cost restricting. This booklet will assist you to create a superior QoS architecture/design, that is needed for prioritizing companies during the community

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Audience This book is targeted for a wide audience, including but not limited to network architects, engineers, administrators, and operators of all types of IP/MPLS based networks. The book is also an excellent resource for students interested in gaining a practical understanding of advancements in IP QoS. If you need to design, support, or just understand IP QoS from an applied perspective, you should find this book useful. To gain maximum benefit from this book, a basic understanding of IP and MPLS networking is required.

From a QoS perspective, traditional IP routers have a static QoS implementation, which is not flexible for customization and inadequate for voice and video applications. ALSRP has a flexible QoS implementation, which allows customization of QoS features according to service needs in different networking application scenarios. The chapter discussed the network service restrictions that impact network applications’ throughput, delay, jitter, and loss. QoS helps service providers overcome these restrictions and comply with SLAs.

So far only one PDB, called Lower Effort Per-Domain Behavior (LE PDB) has been defined (see RFC 3662). The LE PDB can be defined as a class of service that gets lower priority than all other classes of service, including the default best-effort class of service. qxd 4/8/08 4:17 PM Page 25 utilization of a DiffServ domain particularly when there are spare network resources left unused by other classes of service. However, when there are no spare network resources (specifically network bandwidth) available, traffic belonging to LE PDB is left to starve.

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