Global Journal of Engineering Science and Researches (GJESR)

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Volume 6, Issue 5,May 2019, Pages 391-395, Page Count - 5

AMPLE: A NEW METHOD OF ADAPTIVE MULTI-TOPOLOGY BORDER GATEWAY PROTOCOL (MT-BGP) TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SYSTEM BASED ON VIRTUAL ROUTING TOPOLOGIES

K. Rowther Naina (1)

(1) M.Phil (SSP) Research scholar, Department of Computer Applications, Alagappa University, Karaikudi, India.

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Cite this article:K. Rowther Naina,  Ample: A New Method Of Adaptive Multi-topology Border Gateway Protocol (mt-bgp) Traffic Engineering System Based On Virtual Routing Topologies, Global Journal of Engineering Science and Researches(GJESR), 2019, 6(5), PP.391-395

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Abstract

The Internet is a collection of networks, each controlled by different administrations. Traffic engineering is an important mechanism for Internet network providers seeking to optimize network performance and traffic delivery. Routing optimization plays a key role in traffic engineering, finding efficient routes so as to achieve the desired network performance. In this proposed method presents an intelligent multi-topology BGP (MT-BGP) based interdomain traffic engineering (TE) scheme that is able to handle unexpected traffic fluctuations with near-optimal network performance. The proposed method provides the AMPLE: An Adaptive MT-BGP traffic engineering based on virtual routing topologies is mainly focused to create own path in traffic congestion. TE system based on virtualized BGP routing that enables short timescale traffic control against unexpected traffic dynamics using multi-topology BGP-based networks. The framework contains three major components, namely Offline Link Weight Optimization (OLWO), Adaptive Traffic Control (ATC) and Admission Control (ADC) algorithm. Admission control algorithm achieved low delay and high throughput Instead of frequently changing BGP link weights then create the own path based on virtual routing topologies, we use multi-topology BGP routing protocols that allow adaptively splitting traffic across multiple routing topologies.
Author Keywords
Admission control algorithm AMPLE Transmission Control Protocol Traffic Engineering


ISSN Print: ISSN Online: 2348-8034
Source Type: Journals Document Type: Journal Article
Publication Language: English DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3174803
Abbreviated Journal Title: GJESR Access Type: Open Access
Publisher Name: Somil Shah Resource Licence: CC BY-NC
Major Subject:Physical Sciences Subject Area classification: Computer Science
Subject area: Computer Science Applications Source: SCOPEDATABASE