Adaptive Method of Increase of Package Network Load


The method of loading increase of package networks is considered. This method is based on the dynamic redistribution of the throughput of switch equipment among carrying capacities (bandwidths) of its ports. Redistribution is fulfilled synchronously with the pulsations of packet streams, which move over the entrances of these ports. In the complement of switch equipment, it entered the adaptive mechanism of automatic real time redistribution of the throughput of switch equipment among the bandwidths of ports. This mechanism allows to decrease the quantity of time intervals, when intensities of packet streams are exceeded by the set bandwidths of ports, and, thus to increase the load of equipment by useful traffic.

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Saleh, A. , Mhamad, A. and Chuprin, V. (2013) Adaptive Method of Increase of Package Network Load. Engineering, 5, 1006-1011. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.512122.

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