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1. (WO2019067121) TECHNIQUES FOR CONTROLLING COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
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CLAIMS

1. A serving entities control entity for controlling a communication network comprised of a plurality of communication clients which are connectable via a plurality of serving entities, the serving entities control entity comprising:

a traffic monitor, configured to monitor data traffic and/or resource allocation request of at least one transmission queue of each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities; and

a serving entities controller, configured to allocate resources to each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities based on the monitored data traffic and/or resource allocation request and according to quality of service requirements of each of the communication clients.

2. The serving entities control entity of claim 1,

wherein the communication network comprises a self-organized multi-layered wireless and/or wired LAN network.

3. The serving entities control entity of claim 1 or 2,

wherein each serving entity comprises at least one communication channel configured to transmit information about the data traffic of the at least one transmission queue.

4. The serving entities control entity of claim 1 or 2,

wherein the at least one transmission queue comprises a Layer 2 transmission queue monitoring and/or controlling.

5. The serving entities control entity of claim 1 or 2,

wherein the serving entities controller is configured to form a routing topology to connect the plurality of communication clients via the plurality of serving entities.

6. The serving entities control entity of claim 1 or 2,

wherein the serving entities controller is configured to adjust routing and channel assignment and channel identification of the plurality of serving entities based on the monitored data traffic and the quality of service requirements of each of the

communication clients.

7. The serving entities control entity of claim 1 or 2,

wherein the serving entities controller is configured to allocate the resources based on information of Layer 2 load balancing air-access.

8. The serving entities control entity of claim 1 or 2,

wherein the serving entities controller is configured to allocate the resources based on an air-access based traffic priorities fairness function.

9. The serving entities control entity of claim 1 or 2,

wherein the quality of service requirements of each of the communication clients are based on end-to-end quality of service requirements.

10. The serving entities control entity of claim 1 or 2,

wherein the serving entities controller is configured to allocate the resources based on Layer 2 load balancing and Layer 2 re-routing between service and backhaul traffic requirements.

11. The serving entities control entity of claim 1 or 2,

wherein the plurality of serving entities comprises at least one of a range extender serving entity and an access point serving entity device.

12. The serving entities control entity of claim 11,

wherein the plurality of communication clients are connectable either directly or via one or more of the range extenders serving entity to the plurality of serving entities.

13. The serving entities control entity of claim 11 or 12,

wherein the controller is configured to allocate the resources to serving entities based on a total air-time required by each communication client passing through a specific number of the range extenders serving entities.

14. The serving entities control entity of claim 13,

wherein the controller is configured to determine an air time required by a communication client passing through a specific range extender serving entity based on a function of a payload, a quality of service, a path loss, a signal-to-interface ratio, a channel load, a radio frequency bandwidth and a number of antennas of the specific range extender.

15. A method for controlling a communication network comprised of a plurality of communication clients which are connectable via a plurality of serving entities, the method comprising:

monitoring data traffic of at least one transmission queue of each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities; and

allocating resources to each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities based on the monitored data traffic and according to quality of service requirements of each of the communication clients.

16. The method of claim 15,

wherein the communication network comprises a self-organized multi-layered wireless LAN network.

17. The method of claim 15 or 16, comprising:

forming a routing topology to connect the plurality of communication clients via the plurality of serving entities.

18. A serving entities control entity for controlling a communication network comprised of a plurality of communication clients which are connectable via a plurality of serving entities, the serving entities control entity comprising:

a traffic monitor, configured to monitor data traffic of at least one transmission queue of each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities; and

a serving entities controller, configured to allocate resources to each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities based on the monitored data traffic and according to quality of service requirements of each of the communication clients.

19. The serving entities control entity of claim 18,

wherein the communication network comprises a self-organized wireless LAN network comprising multiple layers of serving entities associated with specific communication clients.

20. The serving entities control entity of claim 18 or 19,

wherein the serving entities controller is configured to signal Layer 2 resources allocation and timing synchronization information to the communication clients based on distributed L2 resources allocation and timing synchronization information or based on centralized L2 resources allocation and timing synchronization information.

21. A device for controlling a communication network comprised of a plurality of communication clients which are connectable via a plurality of serving entities, the method comprising:

means for monitoring data traffic of at least one transmission queue of each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities; and

means for allocating resources to each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities based on the monitored data traffic and according to quality of service

requirements of each of the communication clients.

22. The device of claim 21,

wherein the communication network comprises a self-organized multi-layered wireless LAN network.

23. A communication system, comprising:

a plurality of serving entities; and

a plurality of communication clients which are connectable via the plurality of serving entities; and

a serving entities control entity,

wherein the serving entities control entity is configured to monitor data traffic of at least one transmission queue of each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities and to allocate resources to each serving entity of the plurality of serving entities based on the monitored data traffic and according to quality of service requirements of each of the communication clients.

24. The communication system of claim 23,

wherein the plurality of serving entities and the plurality of communication clients are arranged in a self-organized multi-layered wireless LAN network.

25. A computer readable non- transitory medium on which computer instructions are stored which when executed by a computer cause the computer to perform the method of any one of claims 15 to 17.