1) Computer A is connected to router 1 Ethernet interface
2) Router 1 serial interface is connected to Router 2 ( Say its is link 1 having jitter 1 on this)
3) Router 2 serial interface is connected to Router 3 ( Say it is link 2 having jitter 2 on this)
4) Router 3 serial interface is connected to Router 4 ( Say it is link 3 having jitter 3 on this)
5) Router 4 Ethernet interface is connected to Computer B….
I want to know the overall Jitter????
Is there any formula to find ???
ANSWER: Hi Srinivasarao
Many thanks for your question.
If I may I'd like to point you to a very good
explanation of jitter by Cisco themselves.
There's plenty to discuss regarding jitter and I
fear I would have used up my character limit.
Hope this helps,
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1) Thanks for inputs...
2) can I can't say jitter(over all) = jitter1 +jitter2.....
3) Can you provide any paper (Statistical model) on jitter....
In the case of latency, happily we can say Laten (overall) = laten1 + laten2 + ....... Am i right????
I must confess I'm not an expert on this subject -
here's the best document I could find. I'm reading this
myself now too....