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Campus Network Design Fundamentals by Catherine Paquet, Diane Teare

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Chapter 6. Quality of Service Design

This chapter discusses how to design quality of service into a network, and includes the following sections:

This chapter introduces quality of service (QoS) models, tools, and design guidelines.

We first introduce what QoS is and why it is an important service in today’s networks. The QoS-related requirements for various types of traffic are described next. Two models for deploying end-to-end QoS in a network are then examined: Integrated Services (IntServ) and Differentiated Services (DiffServ). QoS tools, including classification and marking, policing and shaping, congestion avoidance, ...

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