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Regression based SSH-Telnet Metric for evaluating end-to-end path capability over the internet for supporting QoS

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2 Author(s)
Sanon Chimmanee ; Faculty of Information Technology, Rangsit University, Pathumthani, Thailand ; Komwut Wipusitwarakun

Recently, traffic engineering (TE) approaches are mainly proposed to utilize networking resources in the intra-domain IP network since most of the TE requires quite accurate network information from all networking nodes. Therefore, TE over the inter-domain IP network is difficult to realize. This paper presents a novel SSH-Telnet Metric to evaluate the quality of end-to-end path over the Internet (inter-domain IP Network) for Telnet or/and SSH application. By this approach, there is no need to obtain the network information from all networking nodes over the Internet. The SSH-Telnet Metric helps TE (e.g., routing, load balancing) to make a decision for routing or/and forwarding at the end path. For example, a load balancer at the end path can use a path cost calculated by such metric to make a decision to distribute SSH and Telnet traffic over several available end-to-end paths more efficiently. The experiment results proved that the proposed method give the high accurate measurement.

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ITS Telecommunications, 2008. ITST 2008. 8th International Conference on

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24-24 Oct. 2008