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Traffic Profiling for Efficient Network Resource Utilization.

Kalapriya, K and Raghucharan, BR and Lele, AM and Nandy, SK (2003) Traffic Profiling for Efficient Network Resource Utilization. In: 4th International Conference on Internet Computing (IC 03), JUN 23-26, 2003, Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Abstract

Traffic Engineering has been the prime concern for Internet Service Providers (ISPs), with the main focus being minimization of over-utilization of network capacity even though additional capacity is available which is under-utilized, Furthermore, requirements of timely delivery of digitized audiovisual information raises a new challenge of finding a path meeting these requirements. This paper addresses the issue of (a) distributing load to achieve global efficiency in resource utilization. (b) Finding a path satisfying the real time requirements of, delay and bandwidth requested by the applications. In this paper we do a critical study of the link utilization that varies over time and determine the time interval during which the link occupancy remains constant across days. This information helps in pre-determining link utilization that is useful in balancing load in the network Finally, we run simulations that use a dynamic time interval for profiling traffic and show improvement in terms number of calls admitted/blocked.

Item Type: Conference Paper
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Department/Centre: Others
Date Deposited: 12 Apr 2012 08:11
Last Modified: 12 Apr 2012 08:11
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ernet.in/id/eprint/43817

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