Nodal Delay

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Types of Delay: Processing Delay - Queuing Delay
Types of Delay: Processing Delay - Queuing Delay

Let's look at these delays in the context of following figure. As part of its end-to-end route between source and destination, a packet is sent from the upstream node through router A to router B. Our object is to characterize the nodal delay at router A. Note that router A has an

Tags nodal delay, processing delay, queuing delay
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End-to-End Delay
End-to-End Delay

So far we have focused on the nodal delay, that is, the delay at a single router. Lets now examine the total delay from source to destination. To get a handle on this notion, suppose there are N-1 routers between the source host and the destination host. Let's also suppose for the moment that the network

Tags nodal delay, transmission rate, transmission delays
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