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Quality of Service in a Cisco® Networking Environment

€ 146.95

In networks, Quality of Service (QoS) is the idea that transmission rates, error rates, and other characteristics can be measured, improved, and, to some extent, guaranteed in advance. QoS is of particular concern for the continuous transmission of high bandwidth video and multimedia information.

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1. The Meaning of Quality of Service.

Why QOS?

Defining QOS.

Book Preview.

2. Working at Layer 2.

The IEEE 802.1p Signalling Technique.

Configuring Cisco(r) Equipment.

3. QOS into the WAN.

The IP Protocol Stack.

Data Delivery.

Queuing Addresses.

The IPv4 Header.

Router Queuing.

First in, First out Queuing.

Priority Queuing.

Classifying Traffic Via the Arrival Interface.

4. Diffserv and MPLS.

Differentiated Services.

Supporting DiffServ in a Cisco Environment.

Multi Protocol Label Switching.

Configuring MPLS.

5. The Resource Preservation Protocol.

Understanding RSVP.

Configuring RSVP.

6. QOS Enhancement Techniques.

Enabling Static Routing.

Enhancing the Address Resolution Process.

Tailor the Access Line.

Enabling RTP Header Compression.

Enabling Other Compression Methods.

Eliminate Directed Broadcasts.

Enable Selective Acknowledgements.

Enable Link Fragmentaton and Interleaving.

7. Monitoring Your Network.

The Show Command.

IP Related Show Commands.

Appendix: Testing Tools.

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200 pagina's
Januari 2002
518 gram
250 x 177 x 18 mm
Wiley-Blackwell us

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