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Photonic Network Communications

, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp 23–33 | Cite as

A novel dynamic Multiple Ring-based Local Restoration for point-to-multipoint multicast traffic in WDM mesh networks

  • I-Shyan Hwang
  • Ren-Yuan Cheng
  • Wang-Dauh Tseng
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Abstract

Optical networks with DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplex) can provide multiple data channels to supply high speed, high capacity to perform bandwidth-intensive multicast transmission service. Light-tree is a popular technique applied to support point-to-multipoint multicast services. Any failure during a multicast session would cause severe service loss or disruptions, especially when the faults occur near the source node. A novel ring-based local fault recovery mechanism, Multiple Ring-based Local Restoration (MRLR), for point-to-multipoint multicast traffic based on the minimum spanning tree (MST) in WDM mesh networks is proposed in this article. The MRLR mechanism dismembers the multicast tree into several disjoint segment-blocks (sub-trees) and reserves preplanned spare capacity to set up multiple protection rings in each segment-block for providing rapid local recovery. The MRLR scheme outperforms other methodologies in terms of the blocking probability, recovery time, and average hop count of protection path per session for different network topologies.

Keywords

DWDM Multicast Light-tree MRLR System performance 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • I-Shyan Hwang
    • 1
  • Ren-Yuan Cheng
    • 1
  • Wang-Dauh Tseng
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Computer Engineering and ScienceYuan-Ze UniversityChung-LiTaiwan

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