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Hanay, Y.S., Li, W., Tessier, R. and Wolf, T. (2012) Saving Energy and Improving TCP Throughput with Rate Adaptation in Ethernet. IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), Ottawa, 10-15 June 2012, 1249-1254.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICC.2012.6364655

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Quality of Service Analysis of Ethernet Network Based on Packet Size

    AUTHORS: Nazrul Islam, Chayan Chandra Bawn, Jahid Hasan, Asma Islam Swapna, Md. Syfur Rahman

    KEYWORDS: QoS, Ethernet Network, Performance Analysis, Packet Size, Segmentation

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Computer and Communications, Vol.4 No.4, April 7, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Ethernet network, standardized by IEEE 802.3, is vastly installed in Local Area Network (LAN) for cheaper cost and reliability. With the emergence of cost effective and enhanced user experience needs, the Quality of Service (QoS) of the underlying Ethernet network has become a major issue. A network must provide predictable, reliable and guaranteed services. The required QoS on the network is achieved through managing the end-to-end delay, throughput, jitter, transmission rate and many other network performance parameters. The paper investigates QoS parameters based on packet size to analyze the network performance. Segmentation in packet size larger than 1500 bytes, Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of Ethernet, is used to divide the large data into small packets. A simulation process under Riverbed modeler 17.5 initiates several scenarios of the Ethernet network to depict the QoS metrics in the Ethernet topology. For analyzing the result from the simulation process, varying sized packets are considered. Hence, the network performance results in distinct throughput, end-to-end delay, packet loss ratio, bit error rate etc. for varying packet sizes.