Taming The Peer To Peer Monster Using Service Control (2003)

By Michael Ben-Nun, P-Cube Inc.

This document explains the increasing bandwidth and network capacity planning challenges peer-to-peer file exchange applications cause Internet Service Providers. It discusses how Service Control – the concept of statefully tracking network usage and enforcing advanced subscriber, application and destination differentiated policies – is key to resolving the peer-to-peer traffic issues within existing network infrastructure.

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