A STUDY OF ISO 10589 PROTOCOL IN A DYNAMIC QoS-BASED ROUTINE ENVIRONMENT

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Authors
  1. Bilodeau, C.
Corporate Authors
Communications Research Centre, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
A computer simulation model of the CSNI network topology was developed to assess the effectiveness of QoS-driven routing in heterogeneous radio subnet-works. The simulated topology contains 11 routers, 33 subnetwork access controllers and as many end systems forming a single IS-IS routine domain of 13 subnets. The study investigates how to set the ISO 10589 protocol timers and QoS measurement period to best control the rate of link state advertisements within the network and to minimize the routing data overhead over the links. Simulation results show that the ISO 10589: 1992(E) protocol imposes several limitations when the routing information bases are dynamically modified to adapt to QoS changes of the subnets.
Keywords
Communications Systems Network Interoperability (CSNI) Project;Optimized network Engineering tools;Quality of Service;OPNET simulation;Quality of Service;Protocol simulation
Report Number
CRC-96-003 —
Date of publication
01 Apr 1996
Number of Pages
66
DSTKIM No
96-03148
CANDIS No
499689
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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