Simulation of 5G Mobile Core Network using SDN & MPLS

  • Noor N. M. Zaki Department of Computer Engineering, College of Engineering, Al-Iraqi University, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Malik A. Alsaedi Department of computer Engineering, College of Engineering, Al-Iraqi University, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Mohammed N. Abdullah Department of Computer Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq
الكلمات المفتاحية: SDN system, MPLS system, CAPEX, OPEX, CCP, DCP, HCP

الملخص

In particular, in order to have the best possible understanding of the effects that program-able networking has, carry out a low cost analysis of both the (software define network) system and the (multiple protocol layer switching)  system. This will give you the possible understanding of the effects that program-able networking has on the economics of a network in comparison to traditional networking, which is also known as MPLS technology. This is done so that a better understanding of the effects that program-able networking, also known as software-defined networking (SDN), technology has on the economics of a network can be gained. Conducting a quantitative investigation using an activity-based methodology to compute the (capital expenditure) and (operation expenditure) costs associated with a network was the first step in achieving this objective. This investigation was carried out.  Second, in order to compare the aforementioned architectures in terms of their financial performances, we used the USC Scalability metric in addition to the Cost-to-Service metric. Both of these metrics were used. These models include (centralized control plane), (distributed control plane), and (hierarchical control plane). This was done in order to obtain the possible understanding of the different SDN plane systems that are currently in use. The separation of control plane and data plane that is achieved through the implementation of software-defined networking (SDN) makes it possible to program networks. Because of this separation, network operators and administrators are now in a position to make better use of the network's resources and have an easier time provisioning those resources when compared to the situation before the separation took place.

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2022-09-17
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