QoS Challenges for Real Time Traffic

Deployable QoS Using the NEAT System

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Abstract

Quality of Service markings can benefit real time traffic. A survey we conducted on a mobile cellular testbed (Monroe) has revealed how differentiated services traffic is treated in practical networks, and shows many networks do not respect diffserv markings resulting unpredictable real-time performance.

This motivates a change to the network programming API for real-time traffic to provide dynamic transport selection and fallback, enabling successful use of network QoS. The API is presented in the context of the NEAT1 open source project.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 4 Feb 2017
EventFOSDEM 2017 - ULB, Brussels, Belgium
Duration: 4 Feb 20175 Feb 2017
https://fosdem.org

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ConferenceFOSDEM 2017
CountryBelgium
CityBrussels
Period4/02/175/02/17
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Telecommunication traffic
Quality of service
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QoS Challenges for Real Time Traffic : Deployable QoS Using the NEAT System. / Jones, Tom Harvey.

2017. FOSDEM 2017, Brussels, Belgium.

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Jones, TH 2017, 'QoS Challenges for Real Time Traffic: Deployable QoS Using the NEAT System' FOSDEM 2017, Brussels, Belgium, 4/02/17 - 5/02/17, .
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