ITU-T E.360.7-2002 QoS路由和相关交通工程方法 交通工程操作要求 E系列:整体网络操作 电话服务 服务操作和人力因素 国际路由通路 QoS routing and related traffic engineering methods ?Traffic engineering operational requirements SE

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INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION ITU-T TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR OF ITU E.360.7 (05/2002) SERIES E: OVERALL NETWORK OPERATION, TELEPHONE SERVICE, SERVICE OPERATION AND HUMAN FACTORS International routing plan QoS routing and related traffic engineering methods – Traffic engineering operational requirements ITU-T Recommendation E.360.7 ITU-T E-SERIES RECOMMENDATIONS OVERALL NETWORK OPERATION, TELEPHONE SERVICE, SERVICE OPERATION AND HUMAN FACTORS INTERNATIONAL OPERATION Definitions General provisions concerning Administrations General provisions concerning users Operation of international telephone services Numbering plan of the international telephone service International routing plan Tones in national signalling systems Numbering plan of the international telephone service Maritime mobile service and public land mobile service OPERATIONAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO CHARGING AND ACCOUNTING IN THE INTERNATIONAL TELEPHONE SERVICE Charging in the international telephone service Measuring and recording call durations for accounting purposes UTILIZATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL TELEPHONE NETWORK FOR NONTELEPHONY APPLICATIONS General Phototelegraphy ISDN PROVISIONS CONCERNING USERS INTERNATIONAL ROUTING PLAN NETWORK MANAGEMENT International service statistics International network management Checking the quality of the international telephone service TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Measurement and recording of traffic Forecasting of traffic Determination of the number of circuits in manual operation Determination of the number of circuits in automatic and semi-automatic operation Grade of service Definitions Traffic engineering for IP-networks ISDN traffic engineering Mobile network traffic engineering QUALITY OF TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES: CONCEPTS, MODELS, OBJECTIVES AND DEPENDABILITY PLANNING Terms and definitions related to the quality of telecommunication services Models for telecommunication services Objectives for quality of service and related concepts of telecommunication services Use of quality of service objectives for planning of telecommunication networks Field data collection and evaluation on the performance of equipment, networks and services For further details, please refer to the list of ITU-T Recommendations. E.100–E.103 E.104–E.119 E.120–E.139 E.140–E.159 E.160–E.169 E.170–E.179 E.180–E.189 E.190–E.199 E.200–E.229 E.230–E.249 E.260–E.269 E.300–E.319 E.320–E.329 E.330–E.349 E.350–E.399 E.400–E.409 E.410–E.419 E.420–E.489 E.490–E.505 E.506–E.509 E.510–E.519 E.520–E.539 E.540–E.599 E.600–E.649 E.650–E.699 E.700–E.749 E.750–E.799 E.800–E.809 E.810–E.844 E.845–E.859 E.860–E.879 E.880–E.899 ITU-T Recommendation E.360.7 QoS routing and related traffic engineering methods – Traffic engineering operational requirements Summary The E.360.x series of Recommendations describes, analyzes, and recommends methods which control a network's response to traffic demands and other stimuli, such as link failures or node failures. The functions discussed and recommendations made related to traffic engineering (TE) are consistent with the definition given in the Framework document of the Traffic Engineering Working Group (TEWG) within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF): Internet Traffic Engineering is concerned with the performance optimization of operational networks. It encompasses the measurement, modeling, characterization, and control of Internet traffic, and the application of techniques to achieve specific performance objectives, including the reliable and expeditious movement of traffic through the network, the efficient utilization of network resources, and the planning of network capacity. The methods addressed in the E.360.x series include call and connection routing, QoS resource management, routing table management, dynamic transport routing, capacity management, and operational requirements. Some of the methods proposed herein are also addressed in or are closely related to those proposed in ITU-T Recs E.170 to E.179 and E.350 to E.353 for routing, E.410 to E.419 for network management and E.490 to E.780 for other traffic engineering issues. The recommended methods are meant to apply to IP-based, ATM-based, and TDM-based networks, as well as the interworking between these network technologies. Essentially, all of the methods recommended are already widely applied in operational networks worldwide, particularly in PSTN networks employing TDM-based technology. However, these methods are shown to be extensible to packet-based technologies, that is, to IP-based and ATM-based technologies, and it is important that networks which evolve to employ these packet technologies have a sound foundation of methods to apply. Hence, it is the intent that the methods recommended in this series of Recom

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