Transport Of CBR Traffic On IP Networks (2002)

By Tom Carr, Bruce Roe, Wave7 Optics

The success of future distribution networks will depend on their ability to support legacy services including committed bit rate traffic. Most of this traffic is transported by the PSTNs over T1 facilities.

This paper describes a technology, Time Division Multiplexing over IP, which is capable of providing T1 circuit emulation over IP networks.

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