[e2e] Answer to Dave Reed Re: Fwd: Re: Question the other way round:

Detlef Bosau detlef.bosau at web.de
Thu Nov 28 09:05:06 PST 2013

I think it was stated quite often already, but all these QoS concepts
work pretty fine in wire line networks or in some well designed wireless
point to point networks.

As soon as any other wireless concepts come into play, you cannot even
bridge the gap between net data rate and throughput


Am 28.11.2013 06:17, schrieb sthaug at nethelp.no:
>> Another issue is that QoS is often achieved at layer 2, hence most of
>> the work is done at the ATM, cell relay, frame relay, MLPS .... level,
>> is there really that much work done at the IP layer or higher?
> In our case, QoS is normally configured at L3, at the network edge.
> *Queuing* often takes place at L2 (MPLS) in the core of the network,
> but there is of course also queuing at the edge.
> Steinar Haug, Nethelp consulting, sthaug at nethelp.no

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