Carrier ethernet network control plane based on the Next Generation Network

Rong Fu, Yanmeng Wang, Michael Stubert Berger

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Abstract

This paper contributes on presenting a step towards the realization of Carrier Ethernet control plane based on the next generation network (NGN). Specifically, transport MPLS (T-MPLS) is taken as the transport technology in Carrier Ethernet. It begins with providing an overview of the evolving architecture of the next generation network (NGN). As an essential candidate among the NGN transport technologies, the definition of Carrier Ethernet (CE) is also introduced here. The second part of this paper depicts the contribution on the T-MPLS based Carrier Ethernet network with control plane based on NGN architecture. The approaches to QoS mapping, label distribution and connection and admission control (CAC) are specified here. At last, a simple T-MPLS based Carrier Ethernet network model with three kinds of users (VoIP, VoD and HTTP) and a RACE based control module is simulated in OPNET. The model is aiming at illustrating the improvement of the Carrier Ethernet network with the NGN control plane.

Conference

Conference2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Academic Conference - Innovations in NGN: Future Network and Services
Period01/01/2008 → …

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