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Comparing Application Performance on Distinct IP Packet Scheduling Configurations

Miguel F. de CastroDominique GaitiAbdallah M'hamedMauro Oliveira

The Internet Protocol (IP) is the most serious candidate to receive network multimedia services convergence. Although IP was not primarily designed to isochronous medias, its rapid popularization propitiates its broad use for these services. Some efforts have being deployed to change this reality, such as IntServ and DiffServ. However, Internet traffic behavior is still unclear and unpredictable, and this unpredictability may compromise management mechanisms' behavior inside the network. The objective of this article is to show simulated behavior of distinct network services when submitted to different scheduling mechanisms. We also try to evaluate the effects of growing UDP traffic load ratios on network performance.

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