QoS Routing for P2P Networking
"Peer-to-peer" concept is the core of today's Internet but it will become even greater factor in the future Internet. P2P-networks grow on their own by flooding and updating the information using peer-to-peer concept. The peers (storage and computing power) are used to make the routing and data-searching faster. This paper focuses to QoS routing and to P2P networking. Techniques like Resource Reservation (RSVP), Differential Services (DiffServ) and MultiProtocol Label Switching (MPLS) are briefly introduced.