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Each router on the network

The premise of Diffserv is that complicated functions such as packet classification and policing can be carried out at the edge of the network by edge routers. DiffServ simply provides a framework to allow classification and differentiated treatment. See if you have enough points for this item. For tight control over volumes and type of traffic in a given class, a network operator may chose not to honor markings at the ingress to the DiffServ domain.

Since no classification and policing is required in the core router, functionality there can then be kept simple. This malleable network architecture poses an always moving potential problem for the network professional. Traffic classifiers may honor any DiffServ markings in received packets or may elect to ignore or override those markings.

Ensuring that the network runs at optimal precision with data remaining accurate, traveling fast, and to the correct user are the main objectives of QoS. In contrast, IntServ is a fine-grained, flow-based mechanism.

Each router on the network is then configured to differentiate traffic based on its class. DiffServ relies on a mechanism to classify and mark packets as belonging to a specific class. The various media that fly across the network including voice, video, and data have different idiosyncrasies that try the dimensions of the network. They have included topics such as traffic engineering, capacity planning, and admission control. This gives a network operator great flexibility in defining traffic classes.

DiffServ relies on a mechanism

The authors have provided a comprehensive treatise on this subject. Now you can get everything on Safari. Each traffic class can be managed differently, ensuring preferential treatment for higher-priority traffic on the network.