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 Title & Authors
Energy Saving Characteristics of OSPF Routing Based on Energy Profiles
Seo, Yusik; Han, Chimoon;
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 Abstract
Nowadays the research of energy saving on the IP networks have been studied the various methods in many research institutes. This paper suggests the energy saving method in IP networks which have the various energy profiles, and analyzes its energy saving characteristics in detail. Especially this paper proposes the energy profile based OSPF routing method which have the selectable weighted value in OSPF metric and energy consumption in IP network. This paper analyzes the energy saving effects of the various situations to minimize the energy consumption using the various weighted value on the proposed scheme. The results show that the energy saving efficiency can get about 67% at in ingress input load by using random energy profiles in IP networks. Although the number of hops is a slight increased due to routing the paths for the minimum energy consumption in the algorithm of this method, the increment hop number is limited the mean 1.4 hops. This paper confirms that the energy profile of core router has the large effects of energy saving than the energy profile of edge router, and the proposed method has the excellent energy saving characteristics in IP networks.
 Keywords
Energy Saving;Energy Aware Routing;Energy Profile;Energy Profile based OSPF Routing;EPAQ(Energy Profile Aware QoS);
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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