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In packet switching networks, traffic flow, packet flow or network flow is a sequence of packets from a source computer to a destination, which may be another host, a multicast group, or a broadcast domain. defines traffic flow as "an artificial logical equivalent to a call or connection." defines traffic flow as "a sequence of packets sent from a particular source to a particular unicast, anycast, or multicast destination that the source desires to label as a flow. A flow could consist of all packets in a specific transport connection or a media stream. However, a flow is not necessarily 1:1 mapped to a transport connection." Flow is also defined in as "a set of IP packets passing an observation point in the network during a certain time interval."

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  • Sur un réseau de commutation de paquets, le flux de paquets, le flux du trafic ou le flux du réseau désigne une succession de paquets d'un ordinateur source vers une destination, qui peut être une autre machine, un groupe multicast, ou un réseau broadcast. La RFC 2722 définit le flux de paquets comme une « logique artificielle équivalente à un appel ou une connexion ». La RFC 3697 définit le flux du trafic comme « succession de paquets envoyés d'une source donnée vers une destination particulière de type unicast, anycast ou multicast que la source souhaite labelliser comme étant un flux. Le flux peut être considéré comme la somme de tous les paquets [en mode connecté sur la couche transport] ou [un flux audio ou vidéo]. ». Le flux est également défini dans la RFC 3917 comme « un ensemble
  • In packet switching networks, traffic flow, packet flow or network flow is a sequence of packets from a source computer to a destination, which may be another host, a multicast group, or a broadcast domain. defines traffic flow as "an artificial logical equivalent to a call or connection." defines traffic flow as "a sequence of packets sent from a particular source to a particular unicast, anycast, or multicast destination that the source desires to label as a flow. A flow could consist of all packets in a specific transport connection or a media stream. However, a flow is not necessarily 1:1 mapped to a transport connection." Flow is also defined in as "a set of IP packets passing an observation point in the network during a certain time interval."
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  • Sur un réseau de commutation de paquets, le flux de paquets, le flux du trafic ou le flux du réseau désigne une succession de paquets d'un ordinateur source vers une destination, qui peut être une autre machine, un groupe multicast, ou un réseau broadcast. La RFC 2722 définit le flux de paquets comme une « logique artificielle équivalente à un appel ou une connexion ». La RFC 3697 définit le flux du trafic comme « succession de paquets envoyés d'une source donnée vers une destination particulière de type unicast, anycast ou multicast que la source souhaite labelliser comme étant un flux. Le flux peut être considéré comme la somme de tous les paquets [en mode connecté sur la couche transport] ou [un flux audio ou vidéo]. ». Le flux est également défini dans la RFC 3917 comme « un ensemble de paquets IP [passé sur un point donné du] réseau durant un certain intervalle de temps. ».  Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète. Votre aide est la bienvenue ! Comment faire ?
  • In packet switching networks, traffic flow, packet flow or network flow is a sequence of packets from a source computer to a destination, which may be another host, a multicast group, or a broadcast domain. defines traffic flow as "an artificial logical equivalent to a call or connection." defines traffic flow as "a sequence of packets sent from a particular source to a particular unicast, anycast, or multicast destination that the source desires to label as a flow. A flow could consist of all packets in a specific transport connection or a media stream. However, a flow is not necessarily 1:1 mapped to a transport connection." Flow is also defined in as "a set of IP packets passing an observation point in the network during a certain time interval." Packet flow temporal efficiency can be affected by one-way delay (OWD) that is described as a combination of the following components: * Processing delay (the time taken to process a packet in a network node) * Queuing delay (the time a packet waits in a queue until it can be transmitted) * Transmission delay (the amount of time necessary to push all the packet into the wire) * Propagation delay (amount of time it takes the signal’s header to travel from the sender to the receiver)
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