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Traffic analysis in the TRAMMS project

Aurelius, Andreas; Lagerstedt, Christina; Kihl, Maria LU ; Perenyi, Marcell; Sedano, Inigo and Mata, Felipe (2009) Swedish National Computer Networking Workshop
Abstract
Internet usage is evolving, from the traditional WWW usage (i.e. downloading web pages), to triple-play usage where households may have all their communication services (telephony, data, TV) through their broadband access connection. The challenge is to design IP access networks so that they can deliver services with strict QoS demands such as IPTV at the same time as having capacity for (from the operator's perspective) unwanted traffic, for example file sharing, demanded by the users.



One important part in meeting this research challenge is to identify and monitor Internet usage. Traffic modeling is tightly coupled both to traffic measurements and to engineering and techno economics. Independent of the type of model,... (More)
Internet usage is evolving, from the traditional WWW usage (i.e. downloading web pages), to triple-play usage where households may have all their communication services (telephony, data, TV) through their broadband access connection. The challenge is to design IP access networks so that they can deliver services with strict QoS demands such as IPTV at the same time as having capacity for (from the operator's perspective) unwanted traffic, for example file sharing, demanded by the users.



One important part in meeting this research challenge is to identify and monitor Internet usage. Traffic modeling is tightly coupled both to traffic measurements and to engineering and techno economics. Independent of the type of model, traffic measurements are a common denominator that provide input for the model parameters. In this paper, detailed traffic measurements performed as a part of the Celtic TRAMMS project are presented. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Internet usage is evolving, from the traditional WWW usage (i.e. downloading web pages), to triple-play usage where households may have all their communication services (telephony, data, TV) through their broadband access connection. The challenge is to design IP access networks so that they can deliver services with strict QoS demands such as IPTV at the same time as having capacity for (from the operator's perspective) unwanted traffic, for example file sharing, demanded by the users.<br/><br>
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One important part in meeting this research challenge is to identify and monitor Internet usage. Traffic modeling is tightly coupled both to traffic measurements and to engineering and techno economics. Independent of the type of model, traffic measurements are a common denominator that provide input for the model parameters. In this paper, detailed traffic measurements performed as a part of the Celtic TRAMMS project are presented.},
  author       = {Aurelius, Andreas and Lagerstedt, Christina and Kihl, Maria and Perenyi, Marcell and Sedano, Inigo and Mata, Felipe},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Traffic analysis in the TRAMMS project},
  year         = {2009},
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