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In previous sections we learned how sequence numbers, timestamps, FEC, RTP and RTCP can be used by multimedia applications in today's Internet But are these techniques alone enough to support reliable and robust multimedia applications, eg, an IP telephony service that is equivalent to a service in today's telephone network Before answering this question, let us first recall that today's Internet provides a best-effort service to all of its applications, ie, does not make any promises about the Quality of Service (QoS) an application will receive An application will receive whatever level of performance (eg, end-end packet delay and loss) that the network is able to provide at that moment Recall also that today's public Internet does not allow delay-sensitive multimedia applications to request any special treatment All packets are treated equal at the routers, including delay-sensitive audio and video packets Given that all packets are treated equally, all that's required to ruin the quality of an on-going IP telephone call is enough interfering traffic (ie, network congestion) to noticeably increase the delay and loss seen by an IP telephone call In this section, we will identify new architectural components that can be added to the Internet architecture to shield an application from such congestion and thus make high-quality networked multimedia applications a reality Many of the issues that we will discuss in this, and the remaining sections of this chapter are currently under active discussion in the IETF diffserv, intserv, and rsvp working groups
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Figure 65-1: A simple network with two applications Figure 65-1 shows a simple network scenario that illustrates the most important architectural components that have been proposed for the Internet in order to provide explicit support for the QoS needs of multimedia applications Suppose that two application packet flows originate on hosts H1 and H2 on one LAN and are are destined for hosts H3 and H4 on another LAN The routers on the two LANs are connected by a 15 Mbps link Let us assume the LAN speeds are significantly higher than 15 Mbps, and focus on the output queue of router
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R1; it is here that packet delay and packet loss will occur if the aggregate sending rate of the H1 and H2 exceeds 15 Mbps Let us now consider several scenarios, each of which will provide us with important insight into the underlying principles for providing QoS guarantees to multimedia applications
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Figure 65-2: Competing audio and ftp applications Scenario 1 is illustrated in Figure 65-2 Here, a 1 Mbps audio application (eg, a CD-quality audio call) shares the 15 Mbps link between R1 and R2 with an FTP application that is transferring a file from H2 to H4 In the best-effort Internet, the audio and FTP packets are mixed in the output queue at R1 and (typically) transmitted in a first-in-first-out (FIFO) order In this scenario, a burst of packets from the FTP source could potentially fill up the queue, causing IP audio packets to be excessively delayed or lost due to buffer overflow at R1 How should we solve this potential problem Given that the FTP application does not have time constraints, our intuition might be to give strict priority to audio packets at R1 Under a strict priority scheduling discipline, an audio packet in the R1 output buffer would always be transmitted before any FTP packet in the R1 output buffer The link from R1 to R2 would look like a dedicated link of 15Mbps to the audio traffic, with FTP traffic only using the R1-to-R2 link only when no audio traffic is queued In order for R1 to distinguish between the audio and FTP packets in its queue, each packet must be marked as belonging to one of these two "classes" of traffic Recall from Section 47 that this was the original goal of the Type-of-Service (ToS) field in IPv4 As obvious as this might seem, this then is our first principle underlying the provision of quality of service guarantees:
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Principle 1: Packet marking allows a router to distinguish among packets belonging to different classes of traffic
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