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Quality of Service in IP Networks

Quality of Service in IP Networks

ISBN 9781578701896
Publisher New Riders Publishing
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Overview
For courses in Network Management. With increased Internet traffic, data, audio, and video applications have become more vulnerable to costly delivery delays and packet losses. Quality of Service (QoS) is a standards effort to provide consistent levels of service despite these delivery problems. Quality of Service in IP Networks provides students with an understanding of the key technologies and techniques that will enable Internet QoS. This authoritative reference examines the impact of the Internets current Best-Effort architecture on real-time multimedia applications; limitations of IP networks, including latency, jitter, unpredictable packet loss, network failures, and inability to guarantee bandwidth; effects of traffic classification, scheduling algorithms, link technologies, routing protocols, and signaling methods on QoS; and the IETFs end-to-end IntServ and edge-to-edge DiffServ architectural models. Quality of Service in IP Networks provides students with the
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