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Title: Evaluation of End-to-End Quality of Service over VPN Networks through Various Priority Mechanisms
Authors: N. E. Rikli
S. Almogari
Keywords: Virtual private networks; quality of service; multimedia; MPLS; queueing mechanisms
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: VPN networks running over MPLS have found widespread acceptance as both an efficient and cost effective means to provide connectivity for large organizations and companies. However, providing QoS is still a major challenge that needs to be addressed. Using realistic input traffic, a simulation model is built for a large network where various queueing policies are implemented and evaluated for the provision of certain QoS requirements. After a thorough analysis the merits and shortcomings of each policy are determined, and recommendations are given along with future research directions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/15090
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