Management, Control and Evolution of IP Networks [NOOK Book]

Overview

Internet Protocol (IP) networks have, for a number of years, provided the basis for modern communication channels. However, the control and management of these networks needs to be extended so that the required Quality of Service can be achieved.
Information about new generations of IP networks is given, covering the future of pervasive networks (that is, networks that arealways present), Wi-Fi, the control of mobility and improved Quality of Service, sensor networks, ...
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Management, Control and Evolution of IP Networks

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Overview

Internet Protocol (IP) networks have, for a number of years, provided the basis for modern communication channels. However, the control and management of these networks needs to be extended so that the required Quality of Service can be achieved.
Information about new generations of IP networks is given, covering the future of pervasive networks (that is, networks that arealways present), Wi-Fi, the control of mobility and improved Quality of Service, sensor networks, inter-vehicle communication and optical networks.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118614716
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/2013
  • Series: ISTE
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Sales rank: 1,216,119
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Guy Pujolle is currently a Professor at the University of Paris VI and member of the Scientific Council of France Telecom Group. He is chairman of the IFIP Working Group 6.2 on "Network and Internetwork Architectures". A pioneer in high-speed networking, he led the development of the first Gbit/s network to be tested in 1980.

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Control of IP Networks.

Chapter 1. Introduction (Guy Pujolle).

Chapter 2. Quality of Service: the Basics (Benoît Campedel).

Chapter 3. Quality of Service: Mechanisms and Protocols (Stéphane Lohier).

Chapter 4. DiffServ: Differentiated Quality of Service (Idir Fodil).

Chapter 5. Quality of Service in Wi-Fi (Yacine Ghamri-Doudane, Anelise
Munaretto and Hakima Chaouchi).

Chapter 6. Quality of Service: Policy-based Management (Thi Mai Trang Nguyen).

Chapter 7. Inter-domain Quality of Service (Mauro Fonseca).

Part 2: The Evolution of IP Networks.

Chapter 8. An Introduction to Evolution in the World of IP (Guy Pujolle).

Chapter 9. IPv6, the new internet generation (Idir Fodil).

Chapter 10. Addressing in IP Networks (Julien Rotrou and Julien Ridoux).

Chapter 11. SLA Driven Network Management (Issam Aib and Belkacem Daheb).

Chapter 12. New Approaches for the Management and Control of IP Networks (Yacine Ghamri-Doudane).

Chapter 13. Internet security (Vedat Yilmaz).

Chapter 14. Security protocols for the Internet (Idir Fodil).

Chapter 15. A Secure Infrastructure for Ambient Virtual Offices (Laurent Ciarletta and Abderrahim Benslimane).

Chapter 16. Smart Card Security (Vincent Guyot).

Chapter 17. Video Adaptation on the Internet (Nadjib Achir).

Chapter 18. Voice over IP (Guy Pujolle).

Chapter 19. Wireless Voice over IP (Laurent Ouakil).

Part 3: The Next Generation of IP Networks.

Chapter 20. Pervasive Networks (Sidi-Mo Senouci).

Chapter 21. Wi-Fi/IEEE 802.11 (Denis Beautier).

Chapter 22. Mobility and Quality of Service (Hakima Chaouchi).

Chapter 23. Sensor networks (Paulo Goncalves).

Chapter 24. Mobile ad hoc Networks: Inter-vehicle Geocast (Abderrahim Benslimane).
 
Chapter 25. Pervasive Networks: Today and Tomorrow (Guy Pujolle).

Chapter 26. Optical networks (Nizar Bouabdallah).

Chapter 27. GMPLS-enabled Optical Networks (Wissam Fawaz and Belkacem Daheb).

List of Authors.

Index.

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