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A token bucket scheme is used for traffic shaping. A new token is put into the bucket
every 5 μsec. Each token is good for one short packet, which contains 48 bytes of
data. What is the maximum sustainable data rate?
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token rate =5 *$10^{-6}$ token par second

1 token can carry 48 bytes means one short packet

so data rate 48*5 *$10^{-6}$ bytes/sec
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@Gurdeep Saini Is it actually Leaky Bucket? As the bucket's capacity is not mentioned?

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9.6MBPS

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Max rate=$\frac{384}{5*10^{-6}}$

=$\frac{384}{5}*10^6$

=76.8 Mega bits per sec
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In 5* 10^-6 sec -------> 1 token (48 Bytes of data)

so in 

5 sec ----->  48 * 10^6 Bytes

1 sec ---- > 48/5 MB

so its 9.6 MBps

 

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