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Differentiated Reliability in Distributed Survivable Optical Mesh Networks

Dhruvish Shah, Dr. Marco Tacca and Dr. Andrea Fumagalli

Optical Networks Advanced Research (OpNeAR) Lab

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Node Architecture

Network Architecture

Distributed Control Plane

Advantages:

    • No Central Controller
    • Less signaling compared to centralized counterpart
    • Less set-up delay
  • Limitations:
    • More connection blocking
    • Complex Node Architecture

Distributed Control Plane

  • IP Over WDM Mesh Network with Distributed Control Plane
  • Multiple wavelengths and fibers per link
  • Per source node queue for fairness in blocking
  • On-Line Optimized Routing and Wavelength Assignment (RWA) based on Differentiated Reliability (DiR) and Shared Path Protection (SPP)

Simulation Scenario

Network Protocols

Network Protocols (Contd.)

  • Berkeley Network Simulator (NS2)
  • 19 Node European Topology with 39 bidirectional
  • links
  • Poisson arrivals, uniformly distributed among nodes,
  • exponential demand lifetime
  • One fiber in each direction of propagation
  • Maximum Conditional Failure Probability (MCFP)
  • of 0.03 assuming single link failure scenario allowing
  • single unprotected link on working lightpath
  • RWA:
  • Source computes lightpath resources
  • Optimize network resources with Simulated Annealing
  • Linear (LB) and Matrix DPM approach
  • CRANKBACK:
  • Contentions cause lightpath set-up failure
  • Reattempt to set-up lightpath until successful
  • Avoid using the resource which was contended
  • for successive RWA computations
  • Aggressive reattempts
  • Ensures fairness for longer lightpaths
  • RSVP and Modified OSPF:
  • Destination initiated reservation
  • Event driven node based OSPF for data synchronization

Summary

Comparison of DSPP-DiR with DSPP

Distributed and Centralized Control Planes

Probability Distribution

  • With only one unprotected link the
  • DSPP-DIR scheme reduces blocking
  • dramatically
  • As traffic becomes faster, due to lack of
  • faster synch blocking increases
  • The Distributed Control Plane performs
  • almost same as its Centralized counterpart
  • at light load, blocking increases more
  • rapidly at higher load
  • Single buffer queue at each source node
  • and CRANKBACK ensure fairness among
  • nodes
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