An AVB (Audio Video Bridging) Network consists of AVB-enabled bridges that use the VLAN based priority to classify the incoming streams into traffic classes. Traffic from non-AVB devices or different-domain is considered out of the AVB boundary and treated best-effort.
Talker(s) can create one or more streams and Listener(s) can subscribe to one or more streams. While the intermediate networking devices to monitor the (requested) stream bandwidths and allocate resources to allow/deliver them within the required constraints of bandwidth and latency.
In an AVB N/w, the AV streams are initiated only after:
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