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Routing Strategy for Data transfer of Varying Packet Sizes in Virtual Private Networks

Author(s): C. Mahalakshmi | M. Ramaswamy

Journal: International Journal of Computer Science Issues
ISSN 1694-0784

Volume: 9;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 398;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Single path routing | QoS | VPN | Bandwidth | Performance metrics | IJCSI

The paper evolves a data transfer mechanism, with a view to arrive at the best performance in the minimum bandwidth path of a wired Virtual Private Network (VPN). It orients to establish a service similar to that of a private dedicated network with leased lines for the endpoints of the VPN. The methodology adequately provisions the hose model of the VPN to allow an acclaimed degree of performance across a shared architecture. The data packets are routed through independent paths in order to ensure secure communication among the network users in the customer sites. The scheme attempts to extricate an admirable class of service over transfer of increasing data size and project its large scale communicating capability. It includes NS2 based simulation results to illustrate the merits of the developed methodology and reveal the suitability of VPN for practical applications.
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