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Study Group 13 Futures Session Working Party 4 Network Performance and Resource Management July 25, 2003 Most Active Questions Q4/13 -- Broadband and IP.

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1 Study Group 13 Futures Session Working Party 4 Network Performance and Resource Management July 25, 2003 Most Active Questions Q4/13 -- Broadband and IP related resource management Q6/13 -- Performance of IP-based networks Q8/13 -- Transmission error and availability performance Less Active Questions Q7/13 -- B-ISDN/ATM cell transfer/availability performance Q9/13 -- Call processing performance

2 Question 4/13 Broadband and IP Related Resource Management Accomplishments Y.1221 (Traffic and congestion control in IP-based networks ) I.378 (Traffic and congestion control at the AAL2 ) Goals Update I.371 (Traffic and congestion control in B-ISDN) and integrate it with I (GFR ATM transfer capability) Add methods and tools for IP TE to Y.1221 (Section 8) New Recommendation on traffic/congestion control in MPLS (?) New Recommendation on traffic/congestion control in Ethernet (?)

3 Question 6/13 Performance of IP-Based Networks Accomplishments Y.1540 (IP packet transfer/availability parameters) Y.1541 (NP/QoS Objectives for IP-Based Services ) Goals Develop accumulation formulas for all Y.1541 parameters Define QoS apportionment procedures for IP-based networks Contribute to SG 11 Signaling Rqmts (TRQ.IPQoS.Sig.CS1) Complete Y.MPLSperf (MPLS performance parameters) Complete Y.TCPperf (TCP performance parameters/objectives) Develop Y.ETHperf (Ethernet performance)

4 Question 8/13 Transmission Error and Availability Performance Accomplishments G.821R, G.826R, G.828R, G.829R (PDH error performance) G.8201 (OTN error performance) G.827R/G.827.1R (CBR path availability) Goal (?) Develop new error performance Rec(s) for services based on 8B10B signals, e.g., Ethernet, fiber channel, ESCON, etc. * * Coordinate physical (Q8/13) and packet (Q6/13) work

5 Question 7/13 B-ISDN/ATM Cell Transfer and Availability Performance Decisions Expand I.356 to address ATM over ADSL access technology Develop I.356 text addressing ATM-IP network interworking Replace I.356 country-based with inter-operator model Goals (?) Implement planned I.356 revisions Develop new Recommendations – I.35AAL2 (Performance of AAL2 switched connections) – I.35av (B-ISDN/ATM SVC availability) Question inactive during the current Study Period

6 Question 9/13 Call Processing Performance Progress I.358R (Call processing performance for B-ISDN SVCs) Draft Y.1530 (Call processing performance for voice in hybrid IP networks) Goals Complete Y.1530 – Identify call processing protocol(s) for hybrid IP networks – Specialize existing (generic) parameter definitions – Specify and allocate performance objectives Harmonize Y.1530 with TRQ.IPQoS.Sig.CS1 and E.106/Y.roec Y.1530 has been hindered by lack of a clear protocol basis

7 Terminal NI to NI QoS (Y.1541) Speed, Accuracy, Dependability Service Availability (Future) Voice Video Data Call Control Customer-Perceived QoS Subjective Descriptors Objective Estimators Voice Video Data Call Control Network QoS Control Network Control Network Bearer Network Bearer Network Bearer Network Control Network NI (QoS, Flow Signaling) Issue 1 -- QoS (and Flow) Signaling

8 Issue 2 -- QoS Measurement in NGNs NGN Characteristics Hybrid/Adaptive Infrastructure (ATM, IP, MPLS, Ethernet, …) Numerous, Dynamic, and Complex Network Functions – Code, protocol, media, format conversions (some entropy reducing) – Dynamic connectivity and traffic control (mobility, capacity, QoS,...) – Information collection and distribution (e.g., searching, browsing) Performance Implications More Dynamic Performance Boundaries More Complex Measurement Issues – Partial Success and Non-Discrete Outcomes – Different information at input and output interfaces Perception-Based, Machine-Based Metrics Needed

9 TCP(window control) IP(Diffserve,IP transfer capability) MPLS ATM(ATM transfer capability) SDH(Virtual Container) Λ(2.4G,10G,40G..) Fiber(DWDM,CDWM) Ether(Fast, Giga,) Virtual Physical UDP Two Virtual Controls May not Work Together. API API will request network to provide a suitable combination of traffic controls. NGN should be adaptive so that it can respond the APIs request. Issue 3 -- NGN Traffic Management

10 Summary -- Planning Context Network Performance/Resource Management Key Technologies and Future Work Areas IP QoS -- accumulation, apportionment and signalling MPLS -- performance, traffic and congestion control Ethernet -- parameters, objectives, QoS classes ( SLAs) IP/Optical -- network performance, resource management Major Themes Network convergence (IP, PSTN, optical, wireless, …) QoS and RM interworking among different technologies Dynamic QoS control, multi-layer traffic engineering Cross-cutting, integrative NP/QoS control and resource management standards will be needed


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