The hybrid edge device concept and implementation in the PETERPAN network architecture: a proposal for IP QoS provisioning on ATM networks

Ciulli, N. and Giordano, S. and Casaca, A. and Silva, P. and Dunmore, M. and Race, N. (1999) The hybrid edge device concept and implementation in the PETERPAN network architecture: a proposal for IP QoS provisioning on ATM networks. In: Proceedings of IEEE ATM Workshop '99. IEEE Publishing, Kochi, Japan, pp. 57-62. ISBN 4-88552-164-5

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Abstract

Providing new services on the Internet to quality of service demanding applications has raised a number of problems and related models of solution. Within the framework of the ACTS PETERPAN project, the IP-level QoS provision mechanisms have been overlaid on the ATM technology according to a network concept, in which two kinds of new ATM-attached IP nodes (known as hybrid edge device and hybrid core device) are implemented. This paper discusses the hybrid edge device (HED)

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27 Jan 2012 12:12
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