After having started as a pure Internet2 broadband service current latency optimized hard- and software perform well with conventional DSL networks, which allows this principle and the respective technology to be distributed even globally. Supporting narrow-band networks, however, leads to significant and often unforeseen problems in terms of traffic engineering especially when additionally considering conventional Internet usage on such endpoint connections. This paper first gives a general description of the problem, then it looks at the special case of video streaming and finally presents a solution solving these problems by providing an interleaved streaming scheme of low-delayed audio- and video data.
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