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System IIP for supporting „ParallelInternets (Networks)”
Wojciech Burakowski, Halina Tarasiuk, Andrzej Beben
WarsawUnivers...
Plan
Recognizedlimitations of current Internet
Currentlyinvestigatedsolution
Conclusions
Recognizedlimitations
Mainlimitationin wide open Internet and in NGN:
How to introducesome post-IP(otherthan TCP/IP) solut...
Current Internet: TCP/IP Technology
Routers
Links
4
System IIP:  Network A
Net A
Net B
Device enablingvirtualization
5
System IIP :  virtual networks A and B
Sieć A
Sieć B
Węzeł z możliwością wirtualizacji
Net A
Net B
Device enablingvirtuali...
Architecture of the System IIP
Users
Applications/Servces
Level 4
Virtual
networks 
Net A1
Net A2
Net B2
Net B1
Net C2
Net...
Idealdeviceenablingvirtualizationvirtualnodes and links
Problem 1:
Data Format for level 2
Problem 3:
Virtual nodeisolatio...
Conclusions
Co-existing of ParallelInternetsdiffering in data and controlplanes
Virtual network infrastructure (virtualnod...
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Wojciech Burakowski, Halina Tarasiuk, Andrzej Beben (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland): System IIP for supporting „Parallel Internets (Networks)”

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Wojciech Burakowski, Halina Tarasiuk, Andrzej Beben (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland): System IIP for supporting „Parallel Internets (Networks)”

  1. 1. System IIP for supporting „ParallelInternets (Networks)” Wojciech Burakowski, Halina Tarasiuk, Andrzej Beben WarsawUniversity of Technology, Poland 1
  2. 2. Plan Recognizedlimitations of current Internet Currentlyinvestigatedsolution Conclusions
  3. 3. Recognizedlimitations Mainlimitationin wide open Internet and in NGN: How to introducesome post-IP(otherthan TCP/IP) solutions for effective data transfer of trafficemitted by selectedapplications Investigatedsolution (in the frame of Future Internet Engineering project – morethan 120 researchers – www.iip.net.pl) We want to support a number of ParallelInternets (Networks), eachworking on different data and controlplanes We introducevirtualinfrastructure We use devices enablingvirtualization of network resources for creatingvirtualnodes and links ApartTCP/IP (morepreciselyapart IP QoS) we implement: CircuitSwitching for handlingmainly CBR traffic Content Aware Network for contentdelivering
  4. 4. Current Internet: TCP/IP Technology Routers Links 4
  5. 5. System IIP: Network A Net A Net B Device enablingvirtualization 5
  6. 6. System IIP : virtual networks A and B Sieć A Sieć B Węzeł z możliwością wirtualizacji Net A Net B Device enablingvirtualization 6
  7. 7. Architecture of the System IIP Users Applications/Servces Level 4 Virtual networks Net A1 Net A2 Net B2 Net B1 Net C2 Net C1 Level 3 Parallel Internets level 2 Virtualization Resources B Resources B Resouces C Resouces C Resources A Resouces A Creation of virtual resources for A, B and C Level 1 Physical infrastructure Physicalinfrastructureenabling for creating virtualnodes, links, servers 7
  8. 8. Idealdeviceenablingvirtualizationvirtualnodes and links Problem 1: Data Format for level 2 Problem 3: Virtual nodeisolation (CPU, memory..) Problem 2: Virtual link isolation classifier scheduler C A A C D B A C classifier scheduler B D B D A C B D 8
  9. 9. Conclusions Co-existing of ParallelInternetsdiffering in data and controlplanes Virtual network infrastructure (virtualnodes and links) 9

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