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Two Rule-based Building-block Architectures for Policy-based Network Control

Kanada, Y., IEICE SIG on Information Network, Technical Reports, 100-378, IN 2000-102, pp. 47-54, October 2000.

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Abstract: In a policy-based network, two or more policies must often cooperate to provide a high-level function or policy. To support such building-block policies, two architectures for modeling a set of policies have been developed: pipe-connection architecture and label-connection architecture. It is shown that rule-based building blocks are better for policy-based network control and that the label-connection architecture is currently better. However, the pipe-connection architecture is better in regards to parallelism, which is very important in network environments.

Introduction to this research theme: Policy-based Networking

Keywords: Component-based policy, Policy components, Policy combination, Label-connection architecture, Pipe-connection architecture, Policy-based management

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