An Adaptive Traffic Engineering System Based On Virtual Routing Topologies

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AMPLE: An adaptive traffic engineering system based on virtual routing topologies Manikanthreddy Charabuddi project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree in master of sciences Fall 2013 under the guidance of Dr. Mais W Nijim Texas A & M University- Kingsville EECSDept MSC192, Kingsville, Texas 78363 Contemporary network management systems mainly deal with avoiding network congestion and frequent service disruptions by effectively handling the traffic dynamics. IP base environments still don’t have efficient system to utilize all the resources and efficient solution for dynamic traffic and network conditions. So in this article we introduce a efficient traffic engineering and managing mechanism called AMPLE. This system mainly consists of two components: Link Weight Optimization (OLWO) and Adaptive Traffic Control (ATC). Link Weight Optimization (OLWO) component generates maximum IGP path diversity using physical network topology as a input. OLWO setting of link weights are optimized for maximum path diversity. The next component ATC comes into the picture based on these diverse paths. ATC can efficiently manage the splitting ratios across individual routing topologies. ATC does this by monitoring the network dynamics in a short interval of time. We evaluated the proposed system using real network topologies and found that the system can effectively handle the unprepared traffic dynamics and it can be used to achieve better quality

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