The Influence of the Buffer Size in Packet Loss for Competing Multimedia and Bursty Traffic release_lbbru35fljggra5dezauhdwsku

by Luis Sequeira, Julian Fernandez-Navajas, Luis Casadesus, Jose Saldana, Idelkys Quintana, Jose Ruiz-Mas

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This work presents an analysis of the effect of the access router buffer size on packet loss rate and how it can affect the QoS of multimedia services when bursty traffic is present. VoIP traffic, real traces of viedoconferencing and videosurvellance are used in two different scenarios with medium link utilization. The study shows that the bursty nature of some applications may impair the MOS of voice calls especially when a certain number of bursts overlap. When link utilization is above 70% good values of VoIP QoS cannot be obtained.
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Date   2020-11-12
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