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Q:traffic engineering practice in real world IP/ATM networks.
- From: Yu Ning
- Date: Wed Aug 05 09:27:29 1998
It's said that one of the chief advatange of ATM supporting IP traffic is the
capability to fulfil traffic engineering(TE) on the base of PVP/PVC, so that
there isn't link under-utilized while some are over-utilized.
Then my question is: has any real world IP/ATM (or IP/FR) network carried out
traffic engeering? How they do it? (There seems not any standard protocol to
do so, then do they rely on some off-line performance optimizing tools, which
is a little slow in reaction to the network traffic change?)
Thanks for any comments.
ATM R&D Center of
BUPT (Beijing U. of Posts&Telecom)
Beijing (ZIP:100876, MBox:147#), P.R.China
Ideas reflect view points of my own,:-)