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The hybrid edge device concept and implementation in the PETERPAN network architecture: a proposal for IP QoS provisioning on ATM networks

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  • N. Ciulli
  • S. Giordano
  • A. Casaca
  • P. Silva
  • M. Dunmore
  • N. Race
Publication date24/05/1999
Host publicationProceedings of IEEE ATM Workshop '99
Place of publicationKochi, Japan
PublisherIEEE Publishing
Pages57-62
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)4-88552-164-5
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Providing new services on the Internet to quality of service demanding applications has raised a number of problems and related models of solution. Within the framework of the ACTS PETERPAN project, the IP-level QoS provision mechanisms have been overlaid on the ATM technology according to a network concept, in which two kinds of new ATM-attached IP nodes (known as hybrid edge device and hybrid core device) are implemented. This paper discusses the hybrid edge device (HED)