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FAQ-what is different of GTS mode and Car mode in ME60

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  37 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
in ME60 , there are GTS mode and Car mode to limite the rate. what is different of them?
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Handling Process
A:
Compared with CAR, GTS shortens jitters because it provides a buffer mechanism to cache packets.
GTS is implemented by the TM on the ME60; whereas CAR is implemented by the NP on the ME60.
GTS and CAR serve different purposes. CAR shortens delays but cannot ensure stable traffic. GTS ensures stable traffic but prolongs delays.
GTS specifications are subject to TM specifications because GTS is implemented by the TM. CAR specifications are subject to the NP and are high.
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Suggestions
It should be noted that GTS or CAR may be configured for rate restriction. GTS-based query and CAR-based query differ in speed, and this is also a factor that affects the efficiency of SAM task processing.

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