Integrated Services on the Internet Jayaraman Iyer, Ohio State University
The Internet protocol architecture is being extended to support real-time services. The new architecture has introduced two new classes of service, guaranteedand the controlled loadclasses in addition to the old "best-effort" class. These services are designed to work with multicast as well as unicast. Frameworks have also been proposed for integrating the Integrated services over other link layers such as ATM, PPP and 802 protocols.
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Table of Contents
- The Integrated Services Model
- Quality of Service Requirements
- Real Time Applications
- Elastic Applications
- Resource Sharing Requirements
- Packet Dropping
- Classes of Service
- Guaranteed Service Class
- How is the Guaranteed Service described?
- Policing in Guaranteed Service
- Controlled Load Service
- How is the Controlled Load Service described?
- How does Controlled Load Service handle bursts?
- Admission Control for Controlled Load Service
- The Best Effort Service class
- How are the service classes requested?
- Support of Integrated Services over other link layers
- Integrated Services over ATM
- Mapping Service Classes over ATM
- Supporting RSVP over ATM
- Integrated Services over 802 LANS
- Integrated Services over Point to Point Links
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