Visible to the public Multipath Traffic Engineering for Software Defined Networking

TitleMultipath Traffic Engineering for Software Defined Networking
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsEl-Din Abd El-Raouf, Karim Alaa, Bahaa-Eldin, Ayman M., Sobh, Mohamed A.
ISBN Number978-1-7281-5260-8
Keywordsapplication-aware mechanism, ASA systems, bandwidth restrictions, broadcast television, Broadcasting, communication bottlenecks, control systems, deep packet inspection, DPI, firewall, Firewalls (computing), IDS, Inspection, Internet, Internet video sharing, IP networks, IPS, multimedia market, multipath traffic engineering, network bandwidths, packet communication, Protocols, pubcrawl, quality of service, resilience, Resiliency, Scalability, service quality criteria, software defined networking, Streaming media, telecommunication traffic

ASA systems (firewall, IDS, IPS) are probable to become communication bottlenecks in networks with growing network bandwidths. To alleviate this issue, we suggest to use Application-aware mechanism based on Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) to bypass chosen traffic around firewalls. The services of Internet video sharing gained importance and expanded their share of the multimedia market. The Internet video should meet strict service quality (QoS) criteria to make the broadcasting of broadcast television a viable and comparable level of quality. However, since the Internet video relies on packet communication, it is subject to delays, transmission failures, loss of data and bandwidth restrictions that may have a catastrophic effect on the quality of multimedia.

Citation Keysel-din_abd_el-raouf_multipath_2019