Domain Based Metering

Róbert Párhonyi, Bert-Jan van Beijnum

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    Abstract

    In the last two years, there is a gaining interest in usage based accounting for the Internet. One of the driving forces for this growing interest is the progress being made in providing some form of quality assurance in IP packet forwarding. One of the key processes in an accounting system is metering, gathering of network usage parameters on which the accounting is or can be based.
    In this paper are addressed issues that are potentially of interest in Internet accounting. One of these issues is the possibility to base accounting on traffic or flows that crosses the borders of a domain to different neighboring domains; that is, is it possible to meter these different flows? In this paper, the backgrounds and rationales of this, so-called, domain based metering are discussed and two preliminary experiments are reported.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationEUNICE 2000: 6th Open European Summer School
    Subtitle of host publicationInnovative Internet Applications
    EditorsAiko Pras
    Place of PublicationEnschede
    Pages141-147
    Number of pages7
    Publication statusPublished - 13 Sep 2000
    Event6th Open European Summer School 2000: Innovative Internet Applications - University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands
    Duration: 13 Sep 200015 Sep 2000
    Conference number: 6

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    Conference6th Open European Summer School 2000
    Abbreviated titleEUNICE 2000
    CountryNetherlands
    CityEnschede
    Period13/09/0015/09/00

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    Párhonyi, R., & van Beijnum, B-J. (2000). Domain Based Metering. In A. Pras (Ed.), EUNICE 2000: 6th Open European Summer School: Innovative Internet Applications (pp. 141-147). Enschede.
    Párhonyi, Róbert ; van Beijnum, Bert-Jan. / Domain Based Metering. EUNICE 2000: 6th Open European Summer School: Innovative Internet Applications. editor / Aiko Pras. Enschede, 2000. pp. 141-147
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    Párhonyi, R & van Beijnum, B-J 2000, Domain Based Metering. in A Pras (ed.), EUNICE 2000: 6th Open European Summer School: Innovative Internet Applications. Enschede, pp. 141-147, 6th Open European Summer School 2000, Enschede, Netherlands, 13/09/00.

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    Párhonyi R, van Beijnum B-J. Domain Based Metering. In Pras A, editor, EUNICE 2000: 6th Open European Summer School: Innovative Internet Applications. Enschede. 2000. p. 141-147