Analysis of MPLS traffic engineering

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Abstract

As recent history tells us, the upper limit of transmittable bandwidth doubles and sometimes quadruples every nine to twelve months. Already transmission of tens of tera bits-per-second over a single optical fiber is possible and matching data transferring topologies as well as improved system reliability are currently needed. Multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) has been emerging as the protocol of the future due to it's true "multiprotocol architecture" where it utilizes a simple label switching mechanism and provides quality of service (QoS) features through traffic engineering. Additionally, MPLS provides a solution to scalability and enables significant flexibility in routing. Also, it can easily enable high quality end-to-end service features that are necessary in applications such as virtual private networks (VPN). These benefits of MPLS networking are made possible through traffic engineering. Currently, the constraint-based routing label distribution protocol (CR-LDP) and the resource reservation protocol (RSVP) are the signaling algorithms used for traffic engineering. In this paper, we investigate the signaling procedures of the CR-LDP and RSVP algorithms and discuss the appropriateness of the applications in MPLS traffic engineering networks. In conclusion, based on network reliability and QoS reservation capabilities, CR-LDP was determined to be superior to RSVP signaling. Additionally, the extensions proposed to RSVP signaling are also discussed and analyzed in this paper.

Original languageEnglish
Pages550-553
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2000 Dec 1
Event43rd Midwest Circuits and Systems Conference (MWSCAS-2000) - Lansing, MI, United States
Duration: 2000 Aug 82000 Aug 11

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Other43rd Midwest Circuits and Systems Conference (MWSCAS-2000)
CountryUnited States
CityLansing, MI
Period00/8/800/8/11

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Quality of service
Virtual private networks
Telecommunication traffic
Scalability
Optical fibers
Topology
Bandwidth

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials

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Chung, J. M. (2000). Analysis of MPLS traffic engineering. 550-553. Paper presented at 43rd Midwest Circuits and Systems Conference (MWSCAS-2000), Lansing, MI, United States.
Chung, Jong Moon. / Analysis of MPLS traffic engineering. Paper presented at 43rd Midwest Circuits and Systems Conference (MWSCAS-2000), Lansing, MI, United States.4 p.
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