An enhanced interface selectivity technique to improve the QoS for the multi-homed node

Oleiwi, Haider, Saeed, Nagham ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5124-7973, Al-Taie, Heba and Mhawi, Doaa (2022) An enhanced interface selectivity technique to improve the QoS for the multi-homed node. Engineering and Technology Journal, 40 (8). pp. 101-109. ISSN 1681-6900

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Abstract

The user’s hand-off is still an arguable issue that many mobile communication systems face, especially with the exploded growth of users and internet-based applications. Hence, there is a critical need for adequate quality of service (QoS) to meet the stringent requirements. This paper aims to study the overall performance and feasibility of several QoS mechanisms with the single-homed and multi-homed networks/nodes fluctuating resource availability. It investigates the adaptability of multi-interfaced multi-homed techniques to enhance the essential governing parameters, i.e., throughput, end-to-end latency, processing time, and jitter. Moreover, the paper introduces an interface selectivity technique for the multi-homed node to adopt the optimal interface, which offers the best services to explore the enhancements of the overall network performance. The overall results show how the introduced mechanism managed to keep the communication going on the multi-homed node. Furthermore, the results show that site multi-homing provides a better overall end-to-end latency over host multi-homing as it supports the entire network.

Item Type: Article
Identifier: 10.30684/etj.2022.133066.1165
Keywords: Multi-homing; QoS; Interface Selection; Best-effort; DiffServ; IntServ; IntServ-DiffServ
Subjects: Construction and engineering > Electrical and electronic engineering
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Depositing User: Nagham Saeed
Date Deposited: 14 Jul 2022 14:29
Last Modified: 26 Jul 2022 09:09
URI: https://repository.uwl.ac.uk/id/eprint/9239

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