Crossbow — A Toolkit for Integrated Services over Cell Switched IPv6

Daniel S. Decasper, Marcel Waldvogel, Zubin Dittia, Adiseshu Hari, Guru Parulkar, Bernhard Plattner: Crossbow --- A Toolkit for Integrated Services over Cell Switched IPv6. In: Proceedings of the IEEE ATM '97 workshop, Lisboa, Portugal, 1997.

Abstract

The project Crossbow provides a framework to investigate services and mechanisms including resource management and packet scheduling for multimedia/multicast applications. In particular the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6, IP next generation, IPng) protocol suite on top of ATM is considered to demonstrate possible synergy between ATM and IPv6. The presented architecture includes IPv6 and RSVP, running on BSD Unix using the 1.2 Gbps APIC (ATM Port Interconnect Controller) chip, as well as support for Ethernet networks.

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@inproceedings{Decasper1997Crossbow,
title = {Crossbow --- A Toolkit for Integrated Services over Cell Switched IPv6},
author = {Daniel S. Decasper and Marcel Waldvogel and Zubin Dittia and Adiseshu Hari and Guru Parulkar and Bernhard Plattner},
url = {https://netfuture.ch/wp-content/uploads/1997/decasper97crossbow.pdf},
year  = {1997},
date = {1997-05-01},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the IEEE ATM '97 workshop},
address = {Lisboa, Portugal},
abstract = {The project Crossbow provides a framework to investigate services and mechanisms including resource management and packet scheduling for multimedia/multicast applications. In particular the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6, IP next generation, IPng) protocol suite on top of ATM is considered to demonstrate possible synergy between ATM and IPv6. The presented architecture includes IPv6 and RSVP, running on BSD Unix using the 1.2 Gbps APIC (ATM Port Interconnect Controller) chip, as well as support for Ethernet networks.},
keywords = {Fast Routers, Quality of Service},
pubstate = {published},
tppubtype = {inproceedings}
}

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