Traffic Engineering and QoS Optimization of Integrated Voice & Data Networks
By Gerald R. Ash
Publisher: Elsevier / Morgan Kaufmann
Released: November 2006
Pages: 512

This book describes, analyzes, and recommends traffic engineering (TE) and quality of service (QoS) optimization methods for integrated voice/data dynamic routing networks. These functions control a network's response to traffic demands and other stimuli, such as link failures or node failures. TE and QoS optimization is concerned with measurement, modeling, characterization, and control of network traffic, and the application of techniques to achieve specific performance objectives. The scope of the analysis and recommendations include dimensioning, call/flow and connection routing, QoS resource management, routing table management, dynamic transport routing, and operational requirements. Case studies are included which provide the reader with a concrete way into the technical details and highlight why and how to use the techniques described in the book.

Includes Case Studies of MPLS & GMPLS Network Optimization
Presents state-of-the-art traffic engineering and quality of service optimization methods and illustrates the tradeoffs between the various methods discussed
Contains practical Case Studies based on large-scale service provider implementations and architecture plans
Written by a highly respected and well known active expert in traffic engineering and quality of service

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