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Labeling network applicaion study policy settings for optimized transmission of multimedia internet
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 Title & Authors
Labeling network applicaion study policy settings for optimized transmission of multimedia internet
Gu, Hyun-Sil; Hwang, Seong-kyu;
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 Abstract
Traditional IP routing, see only the Destination Address When Forwarding Layer 3 routing and exchange information and Destination-Based Routing Lookup is required for all Hop. Thus, all routers Full Internet routing information, the route information of more than about 120,000 may require. Therefore, the router configuration, which can be dispersed in the environment, the traffic load is required in accordance with this congestion. In this study, a unique characteristic of the Internet in the environment of an existing network Best Effect for QoS guarantee and hardware high speed switching of large multimedia data transmitted using a Labeling for forwarding a packet environment configuration is required. Video Stream Broadcast Transport Labeling rather than in much of the higher performance of the multi-step policy to most of the Video Stream Packet deulim was fixed to Labeling Header Format proposes a method of applying an effective QoS policy to a more simplified policy.
 Keywords
Labeling;Applied Policy;EXP;QoS;
 Language
Korean
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