Performance evaluation of a multicast packet switch employing dynamic random early detection

TitlePerformance evaluation of a multicast packet switch employing dynamic random early detection
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1999
AuthorsChu, C. M., and H. M. Alnuweiri
Conference NameCommunications, Computers and Signal Processing, 1999 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on
Pagination349 -352
Keywordsbuffer storage, D-RED algorithm, dynamic random early detection, enhanced flow control, input/output buffers, internal bandwidth expansion, link-capacity back-pressure, multicast communication, multicast packet switch, multistage banyan network, multistage interconnection networks, packet delay, packet loss, packet switching, packet switching architecture, performance evaluation, robustness, telecommunication congestion control, telecommunication traffic, transient bursty traffic conditions, Ultra Switch architecture
Abstract

This paper proposes a multicast packet switching architecture that employs input/output buffers, and internal bandwidth expansion to reduce blocking substantially. Internal buffers enhance switch robustness under transient bursty traffic conditions. The switch regulates packet loss and delay using link-capacity back-pressure in conjunction with dynamic random early detection (or D-RED) algorithm. Because of these features the proposed switch exhibits excellent performance under multicast (as well as unicast) traffic even under heavy bursty traffic loads. Simulation studies show that the proposed architecture with its enhanced flow control features has superior packet loss performance compared to many other switch classes especially under multicast and bursty traffic

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/PACRIM.1999.799548
DOI10.1109/PACRIM.1999.799548

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