Access Control in a Form of Active Queuing Management in Multipurpose Operation Networks
Internet processes information in the form of distributed digital resources, which have to be available for authorized usage and protected against unauthorized access. The implementation of these requirements is not a simple task because there are many ways for its realization in the modern congested multipurpose operation networks. The problem of access control can be presented as the task of identifying the characteristics of virtual connections by calculating the appropriate access code. The paper considers the aspects of the filtering algorithms that reduce the computational requirements of the access code and the dynamic priority processing of the packets in the buffer firewall.