In this paper, the design of a distributed Proxy/Registrar based on Distributed Hash Tables is discussed. Three implementations, relying on OpenChord and Bamboo, are presented, and two of them are thoroughly tested in registration and call scenarios. In a distributed configuration with load balancing, this distributed Proxy/Registrar manages to handle 1,500+ REGISTER requests per second and 700+ call attempts per second. These performance show that P2PSIP is a valid option for large, decentralized set-ups.
|journal||Proceedings of the International Conference on Next Generation Mobile Applications, Services and Technologies (NGMAST 2007)|
|Etat de la publication||Non publié - 2007|