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CJK test-bed study Service control based on MPM-RACF communications. 200 9 . 7.22-24 Test-bed Ad-hoc Group Hideaki YAMADA, Norihiro FUKUMOTO KDDI (KDDI R&D Labs.). Performance measurement. Report of evaluations – Study phases. Phase I: 2006 3 rd /4 th Quarter (Completed)

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Cjk test bed study service control based mpm racf communications

CJK test-bed study

Servicecontrolbased on MPM-RACF communications

2009.7.22-24

Test-bed Ad-hoc Group

Hideaki YAMADA, Norihiro FUKUMOTO

KDDI (KDDI R&D Labs.)


Cjk test bed study service control based mpm racf communications

Performance measurement


Cjk test bed study service control based mpm racf communications

Report of evaluations– Study phases

  • Phase I: 2006 3rd/4th Quarter (Completed)

    • Network Connectivity

    • Scenario 2 and 4 only (2 CS and 2 domains)

  • Phase II: 2007 1st/2nd Quarter(Completed)

    • Scenario 1, 3 (simpler version of 2 and 4, single domain) and 5

CJK NGN Test-bed

  • Phase IV: 2008 3rd ~ 20102nd Quarter

    • On going / In preparation

    • Performance Evaluation of RTP/RTCP-based MoIP and IPTV services

    • Performance Monitoring Scenarios 6-3 and 6-4

    • Initial RACF Interoperability testing : Scenario 7

    • Testing of RACF and RTP/RTCP-based MPM Interactions

    • Coming Tests

    • IPTV Interoperability testing

    • Admission Control Device testing

We are here


Cjk test bed study service control based mpm racf communications

Report of evaluations – Improved network configuration


Cjk test bed study service control based mpm racf communications

The RTP/RTCP based passive measurement

  • Delay and delay-variation are important to ral-time applications such as VoIP and videostreaming. Real time protocol, [IETF RFC 3550]) is a transport layer protocol for real-time applications. RTP is designed to be independent of transport or network layer protocols. An RTP packet has time-stamp and sequence-number fields in its header. A passive collection system which resides in either TEs or BGs can evaluate packet loss and delay variation.

    RTCP is an optional control protocol for RTP. Furthermore, RTCP extensions, such as the RTCP‑XR (RTP control protocol extended reports, [b-IETF RFC 3611]) are also optional control protocols for RTP. Participating TEs exchange RTCP and RTCP-XR packets. In a RTCP and RTCP-XR packet, performance metrics of its application services are reported. TEs also are able to evaluate rough round-trip delay with these packets.

Figure Configuration of the measurement points.


Cjk test bed study service control based mpm racf communications

Standardization

RACF and MPM communications (Rec. Y.2111 Revision 2)

A new reference point called Rm between RACF and MPM in Rec. Y.2111 was added.

Several specifications of Rm are based on Rc ones.

Figure Generic resource and admission control functional architecture.


Cjk test bed study service control based mpm racf communications

Standardization

RACF and MPM communications (Rec. Y.2111 Revision 2)

Performance notification between TRC-FE and MPM-FE

Figure 1Performance notification between TRC-FE and MPM-FE

Figure 2Performance notification between TRC-FE and MPM-FE based on the communications of multiple MPMs


Cjk test bed study service control based mpm racf communications

Figure 1 Autonomous traffic control based on the MPM function

A use case for RACF-MPM communications

The RACF controls services based on the QoS/QoE notifications both of the terminal-side MPM and the network-side MPM. The MPMs between the terminal and the network node control the traffic between them and, at the same time, MPMs notify the updated terminal side QoS/QoE information to RACF.

Figure Autonomous traffic control based on the MPM function


Cjk test bed study service control based mpm racf communications

Thank you for your kind attentions.

Q&A

This work is partly supported by the National institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT).


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