OSPF-Based Adaptive and Flexible Security-Enhanced QoS Provisioning

Networks with Quality of Service (QoS) provisioning rely on QoS routing schemes to select paths between end-to-end hosts that can satisfy the requested service requirements. In this paper, the authors focus on networks that use a new service paradigm as a nested DiffServ model, which has been described as service vectors in combination with the Explicit End-point Admission Control (EEAC) scheme. The main objectives of service vectors are to improve the QoS granularity and service routing flexibility. These improvements enhance both network utilization and user benefits.

Provided by: New Jersey Institute of Technology Topic: Security Date Added: Jul 2006 Format: PDF

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