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Token Bucket Rate (r) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Token Bucket Size (b) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Peak Data Rate (p) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Minimum Policed Unit (m) (32-bit integer) Maximum Packet Size (M) (32-bit integer) V = message format version
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Figure 8-7 The flowspec for controlled-load service
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Reserved Reserved Flags (0)
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Overall length = 7 (excluding header) Length of service 5 data = 6 Parameter length = 5 (excluding header)
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Token Bucket Rate (r) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Token Bucket Size (b) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Peak Data Rate (p) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Minimum Policed Unit (m) (32-bit integer) Maximum Packet Size (M) (32-bit integer) V = message format version
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The flowspec for controlled-load service is simply a TSpec The flowspec for guaranteed service is a TSpec plus a Rate (R) term and a Slack (S) term The R term indicates the bandwidth required and should be equal to or greater than r If it is greater, then extra bandwidth is being requested, which will reduce queuing delays The S term is a number of microseconds It indicates the difference between the desired delay and the delay that would be achieved if the rate R is used A network element may use the Slack to reduce the amount of resources reserved for this flow if necessary
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Quality of Service (QoS)
Quality of Service (QoS)
Reserved Reserved Flags (0) Overall length = 10 (excluding header) Length of service 2 data = 9 Parameter length = 5 (excluding header)
Figure 8-8 The flowspec for guaranteed service
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Token Bucket Rate (r) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Token Bucket Size (b) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Peak Data Rate (p) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Minimum Policed Unit (m) (32-bit integer) Maximum Packet Size (M) (32-bit integer) 130 Flags (0) Parameter length = 2 (excluding header)
Rate (R) (32-bit IEEE floating point number) Slack Term (S) (32-bit integer) V = message format version
Filter Spec An RSVP session is identified only by a destination IP address and a protocol ID The session identification can optionally contain a destination port number Thus, an RSVP session identification does not include any information about the sender of data Given that the destination port is optional, and the session is not identified by any sender-related information, a problem might occur in determining the specific data flow for which a given reservation is requested For example, a given receiver might be receiving two streams of data from two different senders (as could be the case in a three-party VoIP call) A need exists to indicate what QoS is being requested for the flow from each sender, but the RSVP session identification itself does not include sender information This is where the filter spec comes into play A filter spec defines the set of data packets (that is, the flow) to which a particular QoS is to be applied, and it is an input to the packet classifier function The format of the filter spec depends on whether IPv4 or IPv6 is being used At a minimum, the filter spec contains a sender IP address and optionally a sender port number The IP address is used to identify the sender of the data to which the requested QoS is to be applied The source port number is used for situations such as a video conference where both a video and an audio stream are set up from a given sender to a given receiver with a different QoS requirement for each stream
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Quality of Service (QoS)
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