Network control and management for the next generation internet

John Y. Wei, Chang Dong Liu, Sung Yong Park, Kevin H. Liu, Ramu S. Ramamurthy, Hyogon Kim, Mari W. Maeda

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Abstract

The Next Generation Internet Initiative was launched in the U.S. to advance key networking technologies that will enable a new wave of applications on the Internet. Now in its third year the program has launched and fostered over one hundred new research projects in partnership with academic industrial and government laboratories. One key research area that has been emphasized within the program is the next-generation optical networking. Given the ever increasing demand for network bandwidth and the recent phenomenal advances in WDM technologies the Next Generation Internet is expected to be an IP-based optical WDM network. As IP over WDM networking technologies mature a number of important architectural management and control issues have surfaced. These issues need to be addressed before a true Next Generation Optical Internet can emerge. This paper provides a brief introduction to the overall goals and activities of DARPA's NGI program and describes the key architectural management and control issues for the Optical Internet. We review the different IP/WDM networking architectural models and their tradeoffs. We outline and discuss several management and control issues and possible solutions related to ' the configuration fault and performance management of IP over dynamic WDM networks. We present an analysis and supporting simulation results demonstrating the potential benefits of dynamic IP over WDM networks. We then discuss the issues related to IP/WDM traffic engineering in more detail and present the approach taken in the NGI SuperNet Network Control and Management Project funded by DARPA. In particular we motivate and present an innovative integrated traffic-engineering framework for re-configurable IP/WDM networks. It builds on the strength of Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) for fine-grain IP load balancing and on the strength of Re-configurable WDM networking for reducing the IP network's weighted-hop-distance and for expanding the bottleneck bandwidth.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2191-2208
Number of pages18
JournalIEICE Transactions on Communications
VolumeE83-B
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 2000 Dec 1
Externally publishedYes

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Wavelength division multiplexing
Internet
Telecommunication traffic
Bandwidth
Project management
Resource allocation

Keywords

  • IP
  • Ip load balancing
  • IP/WDM
  • MP\S
  • MPLS
  • Nc&.m
  • NGI
  • Optical network
  • Supernet
  • Traffic engineering
  • WDM
  • Wdm reconfiguration

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Computer Networks and Communications

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Wei, J. Y., Liu, C. D., Park, S. Y., Liu, K. H., Ramamurthy, R. S., Kim, H., & Maeda, M. W. (2000). Network control and management for the next generation internet. IEICE Transactions on Communications, E83-B(10), 2191-2208.

Network control and management for the next generation internet. / Wei, John Y.; Liu, Chang Dong; Park, Sung Yong; Liu, Kevin H.; Ramamurthy, Ramu S.; Kim, Hyogon; Maeda, Mari W.

In: IEICE Transactions on Communications, Vol. E83-B, No. 10, 01.12.2000, p. 2191-2208.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Wei, JY, Liu, CD, Park, SY, Liu, KH, Ramamurthy, RS, Kim, H & Maeda, MW 2000, 'Network control and management for the next generation internet', IEICE Transactions on Communications, vol. E83-B, no. 10, pp. 2191-2208.
Wei JY, Liu CD, Park SY, Liu KH, Ramamurthy RS, Kim H et al. Network control and management for the next generation internet. IEICE Transactions on Communications. 2000 Dec 1;E83-B(10):2191-2208.
Wei, John Y. ; Liu, Chang Dong ; Park, Sung Yong ; Liu, Kevin H. ; Ramamurthy, Ramu S. ; Kim, Hyogon ; Maeda, Mari W. / Network control and management for the next generation internet. In: IEICE Transactions on Communications. 2000 ; Vol. E83-B, No. 10. pp. 2191-2208.
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