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An information plane architecture supporting home network management

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11 Author(s)
J. Sventek ; School of Computing Science, University of Glasgow, UK ; A. Koliousis ; O. Sharma ; N. Dulay
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Home networks have evolved to become small-scale versions of enterprise networks. The tools for visualizing and managing such networks are primitive and continue to require networked systems expertise on the part of the home user. As a result, non-expert home users must manually manage non-obvious aspects of the network - e.g., MAC address filtering, network masks, and firewall rules, using these primitive tools. The Homework information plane architecture uses stream database concepts to generate derived events from streams of raw events. This supports a variety of visualization and monitoring techniques, and also enables construction of a closed-loop, policy-based management system. This paper describes the information plane architecture and its associated policy-based management infrastructure. Exemplar visualization and closed-loop management applications enabled by the resulting system (tuned to the skills of non-expert home users) are discussed.

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12th IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM 2011) and Workshops

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23-27 May 2011