Develop cost-effective, long-term solutions to your network traffic control problems. Even if you can find the money to do it, overengineering your network will not solve your traffic flow problems. As the authors of this groundbreaking guide clearly demonstrate, the best long-term solution to network congestion and bottlenecks can be found in a set of Quality of Service (QoS) architectures, policies, and technologies known as differentiated Classes of Service (CoS). Quality of Service is a valuable working resource for technical managers charged with solving the problem of how to handle the exploding volume of traffic on their companies' networks. The authors explore the roots of the current network traffic control crisis and they provide a realistic assessment of the gamut of standard, new, and emerging QoS/CoS technologies. They consider all crucial, design, cost, and support issues surrounding quality of service deployment for all types of networks, including intranets and multimedia networks. And they provide managers with a rational framework for finding the most cost-effective QoS/CoS solutions to their organizations' long-term networking goals. Key technical issues covered include: Queuing disciplines, traffic shaping, and admission control techniques Quality and differentiation hooks found in TCP/IP Getting the most out of Frame Relay and ATM technologies QoS/CoS techniques for dial-up services Integrated Services Architecture and RSVP. Visit this book's companion website at www wiley.com/compbooks/fergusonAbout the Author:
Paul Ferguson is a consulting engineer at Cisco Systems and an active participant on the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). His principal areas of expertise include large-scale network architecture, global routing issues, and Internet Service Providers. Geoff Huston has been responsible for the operation of the major Australian Internet backbone system since its inception. Both Geoff and Paul are active members of the IETF Standards organization.
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Descripción Wiley, 1998. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: The best-selling author of the ISP Survival Guide returns with an unprecedented look at network performance solutions delivered from an Internet perspectiveA perpetually evolving and dynamic multi-service network is critical to any successful Internet-savvy business or organization. Just as critical, then, is the need to keep these networks running economically and at optimum efficiency. Providing the crucial Internet triple-threat--voice, video, and data--is a mammoth task for network managers and engineers. To help them withstand the mounting pressure to deliver impeccable service and glitch-free performance, this pacesetting strategy guide features a diverse range of up-to-the-minute solutions. With his signature knack for pinpointing highly detailed specifics in the midst of a comprehensive, straightforward overview of every possible snag and solution, author Geoff Huston covers the latest in standards work, the advantages and disadvantages of specific performance-tuning tools, design guidelines for achieving performance thresholds, fascinating performance-management predictions for the new century, and much more.Wiley Networking Council Books put technology into perspective for decision-makers who need an implementation strategy, a vendor and outsourcing strategy, and a product and design strategy. The Council of series advisors is comprised of four of the most influential leaders in the networking community: "Lyman Chapman --Chief Scientist. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0471243582
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