Adoption of Bandwidth Management Technique using Dynamic LSP Tunneling and LDP in MPLS for sustainable Mobile Wireless Networks

Oba Zubair Mustapha, Raed A Abd-Alhameed, Yim Fun Hu, M Ali, Ray E Sheriff, T Sigwele

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Abstract

Fairness in bandwidth resources allocation is of
high significance to the advancement in mobile and wireless
technologies. It is likely that starvation of bandwidth due to
scheduling scheme would not be an appropriate option for the
future development in the communication systems. However,
there is need to consider an implementation that would lead to
good network performance and avoid unguaranteed
bandwidth delivery. This paper will be focusing on adoption of
Bandwidth Management technique using Dynamic Label
Switching Paths (LSPs) Tunneling and Label Distribution
Protocol (LDP) signaling for sustainable mobile wireless
networks. This will make provision for bandwidth allocation
and reservation possible. It is an extension of the existing
network model designed using network simulator. The results
of an IP (Internet Protocol) Network without MPLS enabled is
compared with MPLS model network. Furthermore,
implementation of dynamic and static LSPs in MPLS are
presented. Therefore, performance metrics used in this respect
are throughput, end-to-end delay and packet delay variation of
the multimedia services (Voice and Video conferencing).
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event2018 Thirteenth International
Conference on Digital Information
Management
- Berlin, Germany
Duration: Sep 24 2018Sep 26 2018
https://www.icdim.org/icdim18/

Conference

Conference2018 Thirteenth International
Conference on Digital Information
Management
Abbreviated titleICDIM 2018
Country/TerritoryGermany
CityBerlin
Period9/24/189/26/18
Internet address

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