Visible to the public QoS and security in VOIP networks through admission control mechanism

TitleQoS and security in VOIP networks through admission control mechanism
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsArifeen, F. U., Ali, M., Ashraf, S.
Conference Name2016 13th International Bhurban Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology (IBCAST)
KeywordsAdmission control, admission control mechanism, Admission threshold, advance resource reservation technique, computer network security, digital assets, ecurity, Edge router, Flow priority, Information security, Internet telephony, intradomain rerouting, IntServ/RSVP, Loss measurement, Multimedia communication, multimedia traffic, NAC, network admission control, Packet loss rate, Probe flows, Probes, Protocols, pubcrawl, QoS, quality of service, real-time multimedia, Real-time Systems, Resiliency, Resilient Security Architectures, Resource reservation, security, telecommunication congestion control, VoIP network security

With the developing understanding of Information Security and digital assets, IT technology has put on tremendous importance of network admission control (NAC). In NAC architecture, admission decisions and resource reservations are taken at edge devices, rather than resources or individual routers within the network. The NAC architecture enables resilient resource reservation, maintaining reservations even after failures and intra-domain rerouting. Admission Control Networks destiny is based on IP networks through its Security and Quality of Service (QoS) demands for real time multimedia application via advance resource reservation techniques. To achieve Security & QoS demands, in real time performance networks, admission control algorithm decides whether the new traffic flow can be admitted to the network or not. Secure allocation of Peer for multimedia traffic flows with required performance is a great challenge in resource reservation schemes. In this paper, we have proposed our model for VoIP networks in order to achieve security services along with QoS, where admission control decisions are taken place at edge routers. We have analyzed and argued that the measurement based admission control should be done at edge routers which employs on-demand probing parallel from both edge routers to secure the source and destination nodes respectively. In order to achieve Security and QoS for a new call, we choose various probe packet sizes for voice and video calls respectively. Similarly a technique is adopted to attain a security allocation approach for selecting an admission control threshold by proposing our admission control algorithm. All results are tested on NS2 based simulation to evalualate the network performance of edge router based upon network admission control in VoIP traffic.

Citation Keyarifeen_qos_2016