Publication detail

MEASUREMENT OF PARAMETERS IN IP NETWORKS

GRENAR, D. FILKA, M. GREGOR, L.

Original Title

MEASUREMENT OF PARAMETERS IN IP NETWORKS

English Title

MEASUREMENT OF PARAMETERS IN IP NETWORKS

Type

conference proceedings

Language

en

Original Abstract

This article is focused on measurement of QoS parameters in packet networks as well as comparison of qualitative parameters within different network features. For the measurements themselves, two devices EXFO FTB-1 Pro were used, which have application NetBlazer V2. The main object of measurement is testing network composed of several network devices, in which the parameters are measured and evaluated based on known standards IETF RFC 2544, IETF RFC 6349 and ITU-T 1564 a BERT. Testing of transmitted parameters within data networks is necessary in order to evaluate level of providing services guaranteed in SLA between provider and customer. Each of mentioned tests are connected with limits of its use in specific conditions. In IP networks are distinguished two basic models for evaluation of quality service. The first QoS model is based on metrics, which are part of this article, and it is intended for evaluation of technical network parameters. In case of QoS model it cannot be established, how the quality of each service satisfy end customer. This problem deals with QoE discipline. Both of the models are closely connected. In case of appropriate application on specified operation type of QoS policy, it will be positively influenced service quality, which is perceived by the end customer.

English abstract

This article is focused on measurement of QoS parameters in packet networks as well as comparison of qualitative parameters within different network features. For the measurements themselves, two devices EXFO FTB-1 Pro were used, which have application NetBlazer V2. The main object of measurement is testing network composed of several network devices, in which the parameters are measured and evaluated based on known standards IETF RFC 2544, IETF RFC 6349 and ITU-T 1564 a BERT. Testing of transmitted parameters within data networks is necessary in order to evaluate level of providing services guaranteed in SLA between provider and customer. Each of mentioned tests are connected with limits of its use in specific conditions. In IP networks are distinguished two basic models for evaluation of quality service. The first QoS model is based on metrics, which are part of this article, and it is intended for evaluation of technical network parameters. In case of QoS model it cannot be established, how the quality of each service satisfy end customer. This problem deals with QoE discipline. Both of the models are closely connected. In case of appropriate application on specified operation type of QoS policy, it will be positively influenced service quality, which is perceived by the end customer.

Keywords

IP, TCP/IP, UDP, RFC, ITU

Released

20.12.2017

ISBN

978-80-87952-22-1

Book

MMK 2017 MEZINÁRODNÍ MASARYKOVA KONFERENCE PRO DOKTORANDY A MLADÉ VĚDECKÉ PRACOVNÍKY

Edition number

vol. VIII.

Pages from

1211

Pages to

1218

Pages count

8

BibTex


@proceedings{BUT142730,
  author="David {Grenar} and Miloslav {Filka} and Lukáš {Gregor}",
  title="MEASUREMENT OF PARAMETERS IN IP NETWORKS",
  annote="This article is focused on measurement of QoS parameters in packet networks as well as comparison of qualitative parameters within different network features. For the measurements themselves, two devices EXFO FTB-1 Pro were used, which have application NetBlazer V2. The main object of measurement is testing network composed of several network devices, in which the parameters are measured and evaluated based on known standards IETF RFC 2544, IETF RFC 6349 and ITU-T 1564 a BERT. Testing of transmitted parameters within data networks is necessary in order to evaluate level of providing services guaranteed in SLA between provider and customer. Each of mentioned tests are connected with limits of its use in specific conditions. 
In IP networks are distinguished two basic models for evaluation of quality service. The first QoS model is based on metrics, which are part of this article, and it is intended for evaluation of technical network parameters. In case of QoS model it cannot be established, how the quality of each service satisfy end customer. This problem deals with QoE discipline. Both of the models are closely connected. In case of appropriate application on specified operation type of QoS policy, it will be positively influenced service quality, which is perceived by the end customer. 
",
  booktitle="MMK 2017 MEZINÁRODNÍ MASARYKOVA KONFERENCE PRO DOKTORANDY A MLADÉ VĚDECKÉ PRACOVNÍKY",
  chapter="142730",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2017",
  month="december",
  pages="1211--1218",
  type="conference proceedings"
}