Admission control for ABR service with Erica-type algorithm

Andrzej Bąk , Wojciech Burakowski , Krzysztof Bogusławski


Motivation for developping ABR service [1] in ATM network was to handle computer data traffic more efficiently than using best effort UBR service However, proper behaviour of ABR service requires precise dimensioning of buffer sizes in the switches and ABR source parameters as well as implementation of admission control mechanism. This paper disscuses an access control algorithm to the ABR service providing cell lossless transfer by guarantiing that the buffers in the switches are never overloaded. For this reason, the analysis assumes that ABR buffer size is dimensioned to absorb (without loses) the worst case traffic pattern [3]. The presented approach corresponds to the ERICA switch algorithm for the ABR service [2]. Included exemplary numerical results illustrates usefulness of the proposition.
Author Andrzej Bąk (FEIT / IT)
Andrzej Bąk,,
- The Institute of Telecommunications
, Wojciech Burakowski (FEIT / IT)
Wojciech Burakowski,,
- The Institute of Telecommunications
, Krzysztof Bogusławski - [Faculty of Computer Science [Szczecin University of Technology]]
Krzysztof Bogusławski,,
- Wydział Informatyki
Book Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Advanced Computer Systems ACS'2000, 2000, Szczecin, Polska, Instytut Informatyki Politechniki Szczecińskiej, ISBN 83-87362-24-7, 594 p.
Keywords in EnglishAccess control, ATM network, Available bit rate, Contrôle accès, Data transmission network, Débit binaire disponible, Red ATM, Red transmisión datos, Réseau ATM, Réseau transmission donnée, Velocidad de bit disponible
Abstract in PolishFrench Keywords Réseau transmission donnée; Débit binaire disponible; Réseau ATM; Contrôle accès panish Keywords Red transmisión datos; Velocidad de bit disponible; Red ATM
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