This paper describes a differentiated wavelength assignment strategy for the appropriate allocation of wavelengths on wavelength-routed quality of service (QoS) routes with differentiated QoS class and recovery capabilities. The paper is based on the differentiated MPλS services (DMS) model as a framework for optical bandwidth management and the real time provisioning of optical channels in re-configurable transport networks. MPλS stands for multi protocol lambda switching which is a functional part of GMPLS (generalized MPLS). We discuss here a QoS recovery scheme at the optical layer, at the MPλS layer, and at the IP layer, as related to QoS failure caused by device failures or attack-induced faults in dense-wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) transport networks. According to the QoS characteristics of wavelength in optical links and the type of used optical cross-connect (OXC) nodes, a differentiated wavelength assignment strategy that considers QoS recovery capability is also described. We point out important problems that should be resolved in the DMS model for optical QoS routing with differentiated wavelength assignment.
Photonic Network Communications – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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