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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

All forms of interconnection include connecting  networks in order to provide communication between end-users of different networks and access to services provided by another operator. Interconnection is also applied for providing services that are not feasible without the interconnection, increasing operator's profitability. In order to test the basic hypothesis how  various methods of dynamic traffic routing can affect the  performance of telecommunications network with several interconnected telecommunications operators, we have developed  software for routing and interconnection. In this paper, we  present detailed description of that developed software.

Keywords :

interconnection, routing, cost-based, bill-andkeep

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