Pre-eminent Multi-path routing with maximum resource utilization in traffic engineering approach

International Journal of Computer Organization Trends and Technology (IJCOT)          
© 2013 by IJCOT Journal
Volume-3 Issue-4                           
Year of Publication : 2013
Authors :S.Venkata krishna Kumar, T.Sujithra


S.Venkata krishna Kumar, T.Sujithra . "Pre-eminent Multi-path routing with maximum resource utilization in traffic engineering approach " . International Journal of Computer organization Trends and Technology (IJCOT), V3(4):41-46 Jul - Aug 2013, ISSN 2249-2593, Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.

Abstract—the main objective of the proposed system is providing optimal path and extreme utilization with link state routing. This aims to provide best contribution of traffic engineering with effective load balancing. Elimination of unwanted paths in the form of multiple parameter check with life time guarantee. Here unwanted paths which are which high cost is and which makes high delay over data transaction.This also aims at developing a better protocol which overcomes the problem and issues of PEFT routing. Providing effective traffic splitting without any congestion and overload is the main objective of the system.


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Keywords— traffic engineering, traffic delay, R-OFS.