To Evaluate the Performance based on Delay and Jitter of Wired VoIP using a network of assorted number of Routers and Hosts.
|P.N. Kadam1 , R.R. Gangarde2|
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Volume-5 , Issue-3 , Page no. 11-15, Mar-2017
Online published on Mar 31, 2017
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IEEE Style Citation: P.N. Kadam, R.R. Gangarde, “To Evaluate the Performance based on Delay and Jitter of Wired VoIP using a network of assorted number of Routers and Hosts.”, International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, Vol.5, Issue.3, pp.11-15, 2017.
MLA Style Citation: P.N. Kadam, R.R. Gangarde "To Evaluate the Performance based on Delay and Jitter of Wired VoIP using a network of assorted number of Routers and Hosts.." International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering 5.3 (2017): 11-15.
APA Style Citation: P.N. Kadam, R.R. Gangarde, (2017). To Evaluate the Performance based on Delay and Jitter of Wired VoIP using a network of assorted number of Routers and Hosts.. International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, 5(3), 11-15.
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|In this paper, we study experimentally the performance of VoIP on wired communication with varied combination of Routers and hosts. We concentrate on two factors of QoS – Delay and Jitter. NS3 simulator is used to study the pattern and effect on the two factors by varying the number of Routers and hosts in the given setup. By this study the user can decide on what combination is best for his application and what factors can be compromised and which factors can be enhanced. Also, we have concluded by giving a glimpse of using|
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|TCP, UDP, VoIP, QoS, NS3|
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