Lambda GLSP setup with QoS requirements in optical Internet

Su Kyoung Lee, David Griffith, Joo Seok Song

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Abstract

GMPLS is currently being specified as the control plane for next generation optical networks. While one merit of GMPLS is that network operators are able to control the traffic of Internet Protocol (IP) and thus offer performance superior to that of traditional Internet Gateway Protocols (IGP), it has been a challenge to develop an efficient Traffic Engineering (TE) technique to satisfy the different traffic requirements of end-users in GMPLS domain. Several TE techniques have been thought of by creating a set of Generalized Label Switched Paths (GLSPs) in the optical network. In this paper we present a technique for establishing GLSP in optical Internet, that supports Quality of Service (QoS) considering the traffic flows with delay QoS requirements. This approach accounts for the processing delay at the network layer that may be encountered in optical nodes that terminate lightpaths and perform some types of traffic grooming. Additionally, we extend the QoS routing framework by defining additional extensions that can be used in conjunction with Shared Risk Group (SRG) identifiers to reserve backup paths that do not share network resources with the working paths that they are protecting. We provide some simulation results to demonstrate the effectiveness of our routing algorithms.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)603-610
Number of pages8
JournalComputer Communications
Volume26
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2003 Apr 15

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Quality of service
Internet
Fiber optic networks
Telecommunication traffic
Next generation networks
Gateways (computer networks)
Internet protocols
Network layers
Routing algorithms
Network protocols
Processing

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  • Computer Networks and Communications

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In: Computer Communications, Vol. 26, No. 6, 15.04.2003, p. 603-610.

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