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Performance analysis and traffic characterization of an Ethernet campus network to identify and develop possible SMDS applications and scenarios

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Research is being conducted to investigate the roles and issues in using switched multi-megabit data services (SMDS) for metropolitan area networks (MANs). The authors introduce some of the work already done on network measurement and load modeling. They present a performance analysis of the University of Florida Campus Network, and identify some possible candidates for SMDS. Some of the questions addressed include general traffic characteristics, such as volume of day-to-day traffic, distinct packet load traffic during a typical day, volume of traffic on a protocol-type basis, and seasonal traffic characteristics, average load, and packet size distributions

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Southeastcon '92, Proceedings., IEEE

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12-15 Apr 1992