An implementation of a service class providing assured TCP rates within the AQUILA framework This paper investigates an attempt to establish a QoS class that supports long-lived, bulk-data TCP flows that require a minimum rate from the network. The approach is based on a model for TCP flows subject to token bucket marking at the network edge and preferential dropping in the core network. The service class adds admission control functionality and a model for multi-RED queue management to the token bucket marker. The difficulty of parameterizing the mechanisms is discussed and analyzed in an explorative simulation study. A set of configuration parameters that enables a successful operation of the service class is identified and the achievable service provisioning is shown.
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- Brandauer, Christof; Dorfinger, Peter: An implementation of a service class providing assured TCP rates within the AQUILA framework (2003)
- Dabrowski, Marek; Eichler, Gerald; Fudała, Monika; Katzengruber, Dietmar; Kilkanen, Tero; Miettinen, Natalia; Tarasiuk, Halina; Titze, Michael: Evaluation of the AQUILA architecture: Trial results for signalling performance, network services and user acceptance (2003)
- Dabrowski, Marek; Strohmeier, Felix: Measurement-based admission control in the AQUILA network and improvements by passive measurements (2003)
- Kemmel, Falk; Maniatis, Sotiris; Thomas, Anne; Tsetsekas, Charilaos: Application support by QoS middleware (2003)
- Koch, Bert F.; Hussmann, Heinrich: Overview of the project AQUILA (IST-1999-10077) (2003)