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Troubleshooting Resource Reservation in Audio Video Bridging Networks

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The research project fast-music investigates the requirements of an infrastructure for 60 musicians of a conducted orchestra to do rehearsals via the public internet. Since a single server would not be able to handle the required amount of interleaved audio and video streams, process and distribute them again in a reasonable amount of time, a scalable cloud concept is more promising. The design of the realtime audio and video signal processing cloud, at the heart of a distributed live music session in the public internet, is operating on an Audio Video Bridging network segment. Such a realtime processing cloud requires a proper resource management for network resources. In this paper we present the concept for the processing cloud, evaluate on the resource management, and discuss a troubleshooting strategy for the stream reservation in Audio Video Bridging networks.

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