The International Arab Journal of Information Technology (IAJIT)


A Signaling System for Quality of Service (QoS)-

Peers are used to limit and expand the available facilities for different kind of devices, which should able to fetch the data according to the demand of users and available resources. Several factors such as latency, bandwidth, memory size, CPU speed, and reliability can affect the Quality of Service (QoS) of the peer-to-peer(p2p) network. In this paper, we propose a signaling system for QoS-aware content distribution for Peer-to-Peer overlay networks where the signaling system is controlled through a set of data so that it can be operated dynamically. The flow of signal in the system enhances other devices to choose their own way with the requirement of applications. This system is able to reduce the traffic and utilize the available resources.

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