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QoS Recovery Schemes Based on Differentiated MPLS Services in All-Optical Transport Next Generation Internet

Published

Author(s)

J K. Patel, S U. Kim, David H. Su

Abstract

The Internet is evolving from best-effort service toward an integrated or differentiated service framework with Quality-of-Service (QoS) assurances that are required for new multimedia service applications. Given this increasing demand for high bandwidth Internet with QoS assurances in the coming years, an IP/MPLS-based control plane combined with a wavelength-routed Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) optical network is seen as a very promising approach for the realization of future re-configurable transport networks. Fault and attack survivability issues concerning physical security in a DWDM All-Optical Transport Network (AOTN) require a new approach taking into consideration AOTN physical characteristics. Furthermore, unlike in electronic networks that regenerate signals at every node, attack detection and isolation schemes may not have access to the overhead bits used to transport supervisory information between regenerators or switching sites to perform their functions. This paper presents an analysis of attack and protection problems in an AOTN. Considering this, we propose a framework for QoS guarantees based on the Differentiated MPLS Service (DMS) model and QoS recovery schemes against QoS degradation caused by devices failures or attack-induced faults in an AOTN. We also suggest how to integrate our attack management model into the NIST's simulator Modeling, Evaluation and Research of Lightwave Networks (MERLiN).
Citation
International Journal of Photonic Network Communications
Volume
4 No. 1

Keywords

all-optical transport networks, intrusion management, IP/MPLS, nextgeneration internet, quality-of-service, WDM

Citation

Patel, J. , Kim, S. and Su, D. (2003), QoS Recovery Schemes Based on Differentiated MPLS Services in All-Optical Transport Next Generation Internet, International Journal of Photonic Network Communications, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=50729 (Accessed April 13, 2024)
Created April 30, 2003, Updated October 12, 2021