A flow blocking model for IP overflow traffic routing, blocking probability, flow based networking, overflow routing, SAPOR

Kist, A 2005, 'A flow blocking model for IP overflow traffic routing, blocking probability, flow based networking, overflow routing, SAPOR', in C. H. Yim (ed.) Proceedings of the 11th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications, Perth, 5 October 2005.


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Title A flow blocking model for IP overflow traffic routing, blocking probability, flow based networking, overflow routing, SAPOR
Author(s) Kist, A
Year 2005
Conference name Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications
Conference location Perth
Conference dates 5 October 2005
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 11th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications
Editor(s) C. H. Yim
Publisher IEEE
Place of publication Perth
Abstract Overflow routing is well known in the circuit switched world, but not used in the IP context. The Scheme for Advanced Packet Overflow Routing (SAPOR) is a method that allows flow based routing, and can enable overflow routing in IP networks. This paper presents an analytical model to calculate overflow probabilities for flows with known flow rate distributions. It discusses implications of this model and compares the method to results found by simulation. The paper particularly targets blocking calculations in the highly loaded case, i.e. a non trivial part of the load is subject to overflow. The proposed model can also be used in general context for other applications.
Subjects Computer Communications Networks
Keyword(s) blocking probability
blocking probability
flow based networking,
overflow routing
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