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TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN THE ETHERNET NETWORK

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UDC 004.45
 
PIKULITSKA Yulia,
Postgraduate Student at Economic Sybernetics and Informational Systems Department of Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics
 
TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN THE ETHERNET NETWORK
 
Problem statement. The proposed scientific work is devoted to topical issue of traffic management of computer networks. In conditions of the continuous growth and complication of networks, the problem of a choice of ways for management to control traffic acquires actuality.
Review of scientific sources of chosen subjects proves the interest in research of traffic management both in Ukraine and abroad. However, the majority of the work considers the general theoretical principles. But solving a specific problem requires an understanding of the goals, a comprehensive analysis of the particular network and resources.
Research objective – the analysis of ways of managing traffic on Ethernet networks that will help to define effective approaches to taffic management.
Results of research. In the article the technologies of traffic management, their application, features and shortcomings have been considered. The detailed description of all the elements of modern systems of traffic management has been given, the protocols and technologies used to control the quality of service, control of broadcast traffic and reservation of zones have been described.
Conclusions. The conducted research highlights the existing technologies of traffic management of computer networks. It makes recommendations on creation of the system of traffic management.
 
Keywords: traffic management, service quality, service type, reservation, algorithm of line processing, overloading, MPLS, RSVP.

 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN THE ETHERNET NETWORK