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Re: IP QoS case-studies
From: "K. Scott Bethke" <kbethke () thruport com>
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 16:25:50 -0500


Pete,

There was an article in the last network world about Worldcom using DiffServ
in its VPN offering, and I found this article as well:

http://www.netcentrex.net/news_and_events/2002_3_22_CommNews_VPN-Outsourcing
Options.shtml

-Scotty


----- Original Message -----
From: "Pete Kruckenberg" <pete () kruckenberg com>
To: <nanog () merit edu>
Sent: Monday, February 03, 2003 4:04 PM
Subject: IP QoS case-studies



I've found there's no shortage of advice and theory about
the viability of IP QoS (DiffServ) in a large wide-area
(converged) network.

I have not had much luck with finding documentation about
experiences implementing and operating such a beast.
Presumably that's yet another (silent) confirmation that It
Doesn't Work or There's a Better/Easier Way.

Nevertheless, I'd still like to find anyone who has tried
(successfully or not) to converge (ie VoIP/H.323/data) a
high-speed (~ 1Gb/s) IP network and use IP QoS for what it
is sold to do. White paper/presentation references or
off-line conversation would be appreciated.

Pete.





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