International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER)
In non-stationary environment, dynamic resource reservation schemes operating in harmony with the variability in demand patterns may provide efficient mechanisms for resource utilization and guarantee QoS (Quality of Service) compliance. In this paper, the authors identify the challenges that need to be addressed in designing a three level core which consists of policy making, packet queuing and forwarding and resource utilization itself concerning the high performance, QoS supported transport services, it is not sufficient that only the traffic transport under a single domain or Autonomous System (AS) is under the consideration. Inter-domain QoS routing is also in a great need. As there has been empirically and theoretically proved, the dominating Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) cannot address all the issues that in inter-domain QoS routing.