Unified Infrastructure: The Case for Multi-Service Networking (Updated Dec 2002)

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Table of Contents

Unified Infrastructure: The Case for Multi-Service Networking (Updated Dec 2002)IntroductionIntroductionCurrent Networks and ServicesCurrent Networks and ServicesUnified Infrastructure and Multi-Service NetworkingUnified Infrastructure and Multi-Service NetworkingThe Ideal Minimalist Model: Pure-IP-over-WavelengthsThe Ideal Minimalist Model: Pure-IP-over-WavelengthsOver-provisioning versus QoSConcentration and BlockingChannel ManagementSummary Assessment of the Pure-IP ModelThe Realistic Minimalist Model: Multi-Service NetworkingMotivations for Strong Layer 2 in SP NetworksThe Realistic Minimalist ModelLayer 2 Evolution: ATM to MPLSMigration to Unified InfrastructureIP Network Evolution to Unified InfrastructureLayer 2 Network Migration to Unified Infrastructure Observations and Conclusions Regarding MPLS Migration StrategiesSummary Assessment: Migration to Unified Infrastructure via Multi-Service Networking Summary Assessment




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