Converging the evolution of router architectures and IP networks

András, Császár [Császár, András (Informatika), szerző] Távközlési és Médiainformatikai Tanszék (BME / VIK); Gábor, Enyedi [Enyedi, Gábor Sándor (Távközlés), szerző] Távközlési és Médiainformatikai Tanszék (BME / VIK); Markus, Hidell; Gábor, Rétvári [Rétvári, Gábor (Internet science), szerző] Távközlési és Médiainformatikai Tanszék (BME / VIK); Peter, Sjödin

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: IEEE NETWORK 0890-8044 21 (4) pp. 8-14 2007
  • SJR Scopus - Computer Networks and Communications: D1
    Although IP is widely recognized as the platform for next-generation converged networks, it is, unfortunately, heavily burdened by its heritage of almost 30 years. Nowadays, network operators must devote significant resources to carry out tasks so essential like traffic engineering, policy enforcement and security. In this paper, we argue that one of the principal reasons for this lies in the way control and forwarding planes are interspersed in today's IP networks. We review the architectural developments that led to the present situation and we reason that centralization of network control functionality can constitute a solution to the pressing problems of contemporary Internet.
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