Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2016, Volume: 9, Issue: 42, Pages: 1-4
Lovepreet Kaur* and Rajdeep Kaur
*Author for correspondence
Lovepreet Kaur Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Chandigarh University, Gharuan, Mohali - 140413, Punjab, India; [email protected]
Objectives: VoIP technologies are growing day by day as it cost less than the traditional phone calls. This paper mainly focuses on aggregation of voice data over IP network. Method/Analysis: The proposed model scenario includes the deployment of four major network zones, which are differentiated by IPv4 based segmentation. The purpose of the different segment based network is to create the need of the inter-zonal routing, which in turn enables the mode of interzonal aggregation over the intermediate switches. Total ten nodes are deployed in each segment defined with individual IP segment. In this simulation scenario, the linear connectivity has been established between the different zones. Findings: The performance measures transmission delay and the throughput is calculated using secure data aggregation scheme. The proposed model has been designed for the purpose of VoIP data aggregation, which can hold the multiple streams altogether under the one aggregated stream inflowing between the two primary network switches handling the VoIP data. Novelty of the Study: In this paper, proposed secure data aggregation method is compared with existing aggregation schemes like hop-by-hop, end-to-end and AADM. Comparison shows that the throughput of proposed model is more effective and efficient than the existing model and delay is also less in the proposed model.
Keywords: AADM (Adaptive Aggregation Data Model), End-to-End, Hop-by-Hop, Inter Zonal Routing, VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol)
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