Networking

On the Performance Analysis of Traffic Splitting on Load Imbalancing and Packet Reordering of Bursty Traffic

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Executive Summary

Owing to the heterogeneity and high degree of connectivity of various networks, there likely exist multiple available paths between a source and a destination. To be able to simultaneously and efficiently use such parallel paths, it is essential to facilitate high quality network services at high speeds. So, traffic splitting, having a significant impact on Quality of Services (QoS), is an important means to achieve load balancing. In general, most existing models can be classified into flow-based or packet-based models. Unfortunately, both classes exhibit some drawbacks, such as low efficiency under the high variance of flow size in flow-based models and the phenomenon of packet reordering in packet-based models.

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