An Integrated, Distributed Traffic Control Strategy for Future Internet

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Diagram. Issues StrategyConclusions. Issues. Confinements of the current disseminated movement control arrangements: Solutions at distinctive layers are created free of each other. Accordingly, they might unfavorably interface with each other, endeavoring to accomplish clashing configuration goals [1][2]They are to a great extent experimental by outline, without provable properties, for example, security and optima

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´╗┐An Integrated, Distributed Traffic Control Strategy for Future Internet H. Che W. Su & C. Lagoa X. ke, C. Liu, & Y. Cui UTA Penn State Tsinghua

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Outline Problems Strategy Conclusions

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Problems Limitations of the current conveyed movement control arrangements: Solutions at various layers are produced autonomous of each other. Therefore, they may unfavorably connect with each other, endeavoring to accomplish clashing outline destinations [1][2] They are to a great extent observational by plan, without provable properties, for example, dependability and optimality The current hypothetical outcomes have constrained degree (e.g., single-space, single CoS, permitting predetermined number of plan targets). They can't be utilized to manage the convention improvement to empower rich administration quality elements, including Quality-of-Service (QoS), Traffic-Engineering (TE), and Fast-Failure-Recovery (FFR) Apparently, "fixing" the Internet with extra activity control Features at various layers freely is dangerous The point of this work: to build up a methodology for coordinated, multilayer convention advancement to empower rich administration quality elements at worldwide scale, including QoS, TE, and FFR [1] L. Qiu, Y. R. Yang, Y. Zhang, and S. Shenker, ``On Selfish Routing in Internet-Like Environments," ACM SIGCOMM'2003, Aug. 2003. [2] Y. Liu, H. Zhang, W. Gong, D. Towsley, ``On the Interaction Between Overlay Routing and Underlying Routing," IEEE INFOCOM'05

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An Integrated Strategy Outline: A hypothetical establishment A coordinated control structure

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Theoretical Foundation Idea: to make utilization of a dispersed, QoS-mindful, multipath sending worldview This sending worldview is empowered by two extensive groups of ideal, conveyed controllers (permitting boundless number of plan destinations, multipath, and multi-CoS): end-to-end : require single-piece twofold input, permitting unadulterated end-to-end control at transport layer edge-to-edge : permit multi-area edge-to-edge "per-jump" control at IP layer An Internet get to point performs single-bounce control to empower CoS highlights for CoS-based stream totals A space edge hubs performs CoS-rationalist control to empower TE and FFR highlights for goal based stream totals: between area per-bounce control and intra-area edge-to-edge control (with or without inclusion of center hubs for criticism control) QoS-mindful end-to-end control CoS-mindful get to control CoS-agnotic intra-space control CoS-agnotic between space control

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Theoretical Foundation Why the two groups of controllers help: They make it conceivable to create disseminated activity control conventions in view of THEORY to empower rich QoS, TE, and FFR highlights at worldwide scale They are exceptionally versatile and can manage tussles and system diversities

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Integrated Control Structure Outline: IP layer and overlay incorporation IP layer and transport layer joining

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Integrated Control Structure IP layer and overlay mix Goal: to limit unfavorable collaborations between overlay movement control and IP layer activity control Our Solution: let a system based overlay benefit organize includes all the IP area edge hubs under its scope so that our multi-space control component can be at the same time connected to both the IP layer and overlay in an incorporated manner

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Integrated Control Structure IP layer and transport layer reconciliation: Goals: To limit antagonistic associations between IP rate adjustment for TE and transport layer adjustment To limit the impact of IP rate adjustment for TE on transport layer rate ensured streams Solution: Implementing three CoSs at IP layer: BE, AF with an objective rate, and an upper limited rate benefit All the versatile end-to-end streams (e.g., TCP) are mapped to the upper limited rate benefit without call confirmation control All the rate ensured end-to-end streams are mapped to the AF CoS with call affirmation control All the non-versatile BE end-to-end streams (e.g., BE UDP) are mapped to the BE CoS

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Conclusions Developed a methodology for activity control convention advancement at numerous layers, having the accompanying expected elements: They are coordinated, accomplishing non-clashing outline targets they give rich administration quality elements, including QoS, TE, and FFR They can manage arrange diversities and tussles They appreciate provable properties, for example, adaptability, dependability, and optimality Caveat: The above expected elements are gotten from a hypothetical Framework in light of a liquid stream demonstrate. It is a work-in-advance. How nearly the conventions created in light of this technique will accomplish the above anticipated that components is subject would future examination

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