A scalable and robust QoS architecture for WiFi P2P networks

Rajasekhar, S, Khalil, I and Tari, Z 2004, 'A scalable and robust QoS architecture for WiFi P2P networks', in R. K. Ghosh and H. Mohanty (ed.) Distributed Computing and Internet Technology, Bhubaneswar, India, 29 November 2004.

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Collection: Conference Papers

Title A scalable and robust QoS architecture for WiFi P2P networks
Author(s) Rajasekhar, S
Khalil, I
Tari, Z
Year 2004
Conference name International Conference on Distributed Computing and Internet Technology
Conference location Bhubaneswar, India
Conference dates 29 November 2004
Proceedings title Distributed Computing and Internet Technology
Editor(s) R. K. Ghosh
H. Mohanty
Publisher Springer
Place of publication Heidelberg
Abstract Peer-to-Peer (P2P) resource sharing between mobile devices in Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) hot-spots environment is a challenging problem. This would require an infrastructure with automated process for registering new mobile devices, as well as authentication and authorisation of existing devices. Further, issues such as maintenance, and updating the state information, as devices join and leave the P2P network; optimising route selection and protection of the existing mobile devices from malicious devices are crucial. To address these issues, we propose a generalised architecture and a dynamic protocol for effective and optimal file transfer between devices. We use quality of service (QoS) capacity-to-hop count ratio, routing algorithm, to find an optimal mobile device for a service request. The goal and contribution of this paper is to provide a scalable, robust and reliable architecture incorporating QoS; effective and optimal communication for P2P networks in a cooperative manner.
Subjects Computer Communications Networks
Keyword(s) P2P
mobile devices
DOI - identifier 10.1007/b104418
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