Lack of Bandwidth

Bandwidth max= min (10 Mbps, 256 kbps, 512 kbps, 100 Mbps) = 256 kbps

Bandwidth avail = bandwidth max /flows

Bandwidth max= min (10 Mbps, 256 kbps, 512 kbps, 100 Mbps) = 256 kbps

Bandwidth avail = bandwidth max /flows

Maximum available bandwidth equals the bandwidth of the weakest link.

Multiple flows are competing for the same bandwidth, resulting in much less bandwidth being available to one single application.

The figure illustrates an empty network with four hops between a server and a client. Each hop is using different media with a different bandwidth. The maximum available bandwidth is equal to the bandwidth of the weakest (slowest) link.

The calculation of the available bandwidth, however, is much more complex in cases where multiple flows traverse the network. The calculation of the available bandwidth in the illustration is an approximation.

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