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TBI: End-to-End Network Performance Measurement Testbed for Empirical Bottleneck Detection

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TBI: End-to-End Network Performance Measurement Testbed for Empirical Bottleneck Detection
— Recent advances in networking include new bandwidth-intensive applications, sophisticated protocols that enable real-time data and multimedia delivery and aspects of network security that were not conceived in the beginnings of the Internet. Given these advances and the rapid increase in the number of users accessing the Internet, today’s networks need to deliver high levels of end-to-end performance in a reliable fashion. In this paper, we present our novel network measurement methodology which employs an application-specific measurement toolkit including a scaleable test scheduler and analysis module to empirically identify end-to-end bottleneck paths in monitored network routes. To show the utility of our proposed methodology, we present case-studies from a network measurement testbed between 3 University campus labs traversing regional and national academic network backbones. Our case-studies address identifying network measurement anomalies in routine ISP operations due to ...
Prasad Calyam, Dima Krymskiy, Mukundan Sridharan,
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where TRIDENTCOM
Authors Prasad Calyam, Dima Krymskiy, Mukundan Sridharan, Paul Schopis
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