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Monitoring And Controlling QOS Network Domains: An Edge-To-Edge Approach

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Author

Md Ahsan Habib

Tech report number

CERIAS TR 2003-37

Entry type

phdthesis

Abstract

This research studies and designs techniques for coordinated network monitoring, traffic conditioning, and flow control as integral components of the edge routers in a network domain. The enhanced edge routers yield secure network domains, and achieve better performance in terms of high data throughput, low delay, and low loss rates. The potential performance gain from the proposed techniques is critical for the current and emerging network services such as multimedia applications. Using simulation, we evaluate the edge router for data intensive applications such as FTP and delay sensitive applications such as Telnet and Web. The contributions of this thesis can be summarized as follows:

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Date

2003 – 08

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Habib

School

Purdue University

Publication Date

2003-08-01

Contents

LIST OF TABLES LIST OF FIGURES ABSTRACT 1 INTRODUCTION AND RESEARCH DIRECTION 2 NETWORK MONITORING TO DETECT SERVICE VIOLATIONS 3 DOS ATTACKS: DETECTION AND PREVENTION 4 TRAFFIC CONDITIONER FOR SLA ENFORCEMENT 5 FRAMEWORK OF CONGESTION CONTROL 6 CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK LIST OF REFERENCES VITA

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