Dynamic provisioning of resource-assured and programmable virtual private networks

Rebecca Isaacs
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) provide dedicated connectivity to a closed group of users on a shared network. VPNs have traditionally been deployed for reasons of economy of scale, but have either been statically defined, requiring manual configuration, or else unable to offer any quality of service (QoS) guarantees. This dissertation describes VServ, a service offering dynamic and resource-assured VPNs that can be acquired and modified on demand. In VServ, a VPN is both a subset...
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