Quality Of Service Architectures Applicability In An Intranet Network
The quality of service (QoS) concept, which appeared initially as a necessity to improve Internet users perception, deals actually with new valences along with information society maturation. At the organisation’s level, the Intranet network shall assure in a similar manner as the Internet all kinds of services, which are useful to the organisation’s users. Starting from the traditional QoS architectural models, network administrators shall plan and design a QoS architecture, which will map on the organisation’s requirements, having at disposal not only own network elements but also communication services provided by other operators. The aim of this paper is to present, starting from the general QoS models, a comparative study of main advantages and drawbacks in implementing a specific Intranet QoS architecture taking into consideration all kind of aspects (material, financial, human resources), which impact on a good Intranet QoS management.
Volume (Year): 5 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2.1 (December)
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