Many network topologies provide resiliency to protect network services. This typically means re-routing traffic away from a faulty line section. However frame loss will occur if a connection is re-routed. When traffic with a given transmitted frame rate is sent through the connection during re-routing, packet loss can be measured and the convergence time can be calculated. Valkyrie can be used to measure convergence, while Chimera is used to emulate latency and jitter.
This White Paper clarifies terms used in time measurement e.g. latency, jitter, inter-frame gap, latency resolution, speed mismatch, latency over time, and distribution and presents how Xena interprets and implements time measurements.
In an era challenged by climate change and global warming, energy and utilities companies play a vital role in a rapidly changing landscape. Much is at stake for these organizations as they strive to implement the latest innovations.
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