Enabling Dynamic Market-Managed QoS Interconnection in the Next Generation Internet by a Modified BGP Mechanism

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Hwang, Junseok; Altmann, Jorn; Oliver, Huw; Suarez, Alfonoso
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IEEE ICC2002, International Conference on Communications , New York, USA, April 2002
We propose a market-managed QoS (Quality of Service)
interconnection model for heterogeneous networking environments.
The deployment of this model will help autonomous
systems to reduce the cost of their network services as well as increase
social welfare. We describe a technical solution for a next
generation Internet, where networks are managed based on either
technology requirements (QoS networks) or market principles
(market-managed networks). Our solution requires two technologies:
BMP (Bandwidth Management Point) and a modified
version of BGP (Border Gateway Protocol). The modified version
of BGP, as proposed in this paper, provides additional routing
exchange information such as price and QoS level specifications.
Both technologies are discussed with regard to the impact on routing,
QoS provisioning, and charging. In order to show the benefit
of our approach for inter-domain routing and interconnection, we
present some analytical and simulation results, showing the significant
increase in network service revenue as well as the increase
in social welfare. These results draw important implications for
designing the next generation Internet with regard to investment
in QoS networks.
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