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[RFC 2205] R Braden, Ed, L Zhang, S Berson, S Herzog, S Jamin,"Resource ReSerVation Protocol (RSVP) -- Version 1 Functional Specification," RFC 2205, September 1997 [RFC 2210] J Wroclawski, "The Use of RSVP with IETF Integrated Services," RFC 2210, Sept 1997
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RSVP Working Group : The official IETF working group page RSVP for the Multimedia Party: Cisco's point of view of how RSVP relates to multimedia applications Protocol Keeps Packets in Line: A short article from Web Week magazine Guidelines for Deployment of RSVP: At present, many vendors of operating systems and routers are incorporating RSVP and integrated services into their products for near-future availability This RFC describes those uses of the current RSVP specification that are known to be feasible, and to identify areas of limitation and ongoing chartered work addressing some of these limitations
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In the previous section we saw how RSVP reserves per-flow resources at routers within the network The ability to request and reserve per-flow resources, in turn, makes it possible for the intserv framework to provide quality of service guarantees to individual flows As work on Intserv and RSVP proceeded, however, researchers involved with these efforts (eg, [Zhang 1998]) have begun to uncover some of the difficulties associated with the Intserv model and per-flow reservation of resources:
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Scalability The per-flow resource reservation in RSVP implies the need for a router to process resource reservations and to maintain per-flow state for each flow passing though the router With recent measurements [Thompson 1997] suggesting that even for an OC-3 speed link, approximately 256,000 source-destination pairs might be seen in one minute in a backbone router, per-flow reservation processing represents a considerable overhead in large neworks Flexible service models The Intserv framework provides for a small number of pre-specified service classes This particular set of service classes does not allow for more qualitative or relative definitions of service distinctions (eg, "Service class A will received preferred treatment over service class B") These more qualitiative definitions might well better fit our intuitive notion of service distinction (eg, first class versus coach class in air travel; "platinum" versus "gold" versus "standard" credit cards) Better-than-best-effort service to applications, without the need for host RSVP signaling Few hosts in today's Internet are able to generate RSVP signaling or express the Rspec and Tspec in the detail needed by the Intserv model
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These considerations have led to the recent so-called "diffserv" (Differentiated Services) activity [Diffserv 1999] within the Internet Engineering Task Force The diffserv working group is developing an architecture for providing scalable and flexible service differentiation - ie, the ability to handle different "classes" of traffic in different ways within the Internet The need for scalability arises from the fact that hundreds of thousands simultaneous source-destination traffic flows may be present at a backbone router of the Internet We will see shortly that this need is met by placing only simple functionality within the network core, with more complex control operations being implemented towards the "edge" of the network The need for flexibilty arises from the fact that new service classes may arise and old service classes may become obsolete The differentiated services architecture is flexible in the sense that it does not define specific services or service classes (eg, as is the case with Intserv) Instead, the differentiated services architecture provides the functional components, ie, the "pieces" of a network architecture, with which such services can be built Let us now examine these components in detail
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