Performance Analysis of DiffServ Based Quality of Service in a Multimedia Wired Network and VPN Effect Using OPNET
Quality of Service (QoS) techniques are applied in IP networks to utilize available network resources in the most efficient manner to minimize delays and delay variations (jitters) in network traffic having multiple type of services. Multimedia services may include voice, video and database. Researchers have done considerable work on queuing disciplines to analyze and improve QoS performance in wired and wireless IP networks. This paper highlights QoS analysis in a wired IP network with more realistic enterprise modeling and presents simulation results of a few statistics not presented and discussed before. Four different applications are used i.e. FTP, Database, Voice over IP (VoIP) and Video Conferencing (VC).
Provided by: Cornell University Topic: Mobility Date Added: May 2012 Format: PDF