International conference on Networking and Services (ICNS'06)

16-18 July 2006

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  • International conference on Networking and Services - Cover

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  • International conference on Networking and Services - Title

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  • International conference on Networking and Services - Table of contents

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  • Statistical Characteristics of Active IP One Way Delay Measurements

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    Within the scope of the European research and education network project GEANT2, including a framework for performance measurements, the need for statistical analysis and interpretation of network performance metrics has to be satisfied. Following the IETF approach, a measurement system for metrics as one-way-delay (OWD), OWD-variation (OWDV) and packet loss (PL) was developed by the WiN-Labor grou... View full abstract»

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  • Using Multicast Dependence Tree Model for Network Delay Tomography

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    It is essential to have link-level performance data for understanding the features of a network. Network tomography is based on end-to-end measurement to infer the network internal information. In the paper, we use the multicast dependence tree model and upward-downward algorithm to infer link delay distribution, which requires a relatively small number of free parameters by making Markov-like ass... View full abstract»

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  • On Monitoring of End-to-End Packet Reordering over the Internet

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    End-to-end reordering of packets on Internet is investigated. Packet streams transferred over the Internet are used to analyze the long-term and short-term trends in reordering. Reorder density (RD) is used to capture comprehensively and concisely the nature of reordering present in a stream. Simpler metrics are derived from RD for monitoring of long-term reordering trends. Reorder entropy charact... View full abstract»

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  • Packet Reordering Metrics: Some Methodological Considerations

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    Characterizing what makes a packet reordering metric meaningful is a problem that has attracted significant interest, but it still lacks a universally accepted solution. We contribute to this discussion by investigating some theoretical concepts that make the following simple intuitions precise: (1) a metric that is inconsistent, i.e., gives different values on two similar TCP traces, should not b... View full abstract»

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  • IPv6 Calls for a New Type of the Internet Applications and Services Provider (IASP)

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    The main purpose of this document is to engage investors into aggressive support for IPv6. The paper calls for a new type of the Internet applications and services provider (IASP) that would utilize IPv6, mobility and sensor networks. It shows the new entity advantages in seizing IPv6 opportunity compared to a traditional ISP. It further argues why the business market leads wide IPv6 adoption imme... View full abstract»

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  • IPv6 Solutions for NAT Overlap

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    Today's dynamic business world is dominated by many mergers and acquisitions (M&A) that, along with the business benefits, can carry an impact on the IP network of the combined organizations. M&A can lead to IP networks that are more expensive to operate and are technically more fragile due to address exhaustion or overlapping address space. In some cases costly and time consuming readdres... View full abstract»

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  • A Global Perspective of IPv6 Native and Transition Scenarios for DSL Infrastructures

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    This paper focuses on IPv6 deployment scenarios across fixed-access multi-edged MANs, assuming a DSL-based infrastructure. A full end-to-end perspective, including impact of such deployment on the different MAN elements is provided. The paper brings together and analyses the impact of current IPv6 solutions and features, applying them to a relevant set of connectivity wholesale models, considering... View full abstract»

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  • Loaded: Server Load Balancing for IPv6

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    With the next generation Internet protocol IPv6 at the horizon, it is time to think about how applications can migrate to IPv6. Web traffic is currently one of the most important applications in the Internet. The increasing popularity of dynamically generated content on the World Wide Web, has created the need for fast Web servers. Server clustering together with server load balancing has emerged ... View full abstract»

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  • IPv6 Led Changes of the Broadband Access Architectures

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    The next generation of IP and the broadband networks are very well matched to support and stimulate each other's growth. Of all IP infrastructures deployed today, broadband networks are the first to experience the constraints of both private and global IPv4 address space. These challenges make IPv6 an immediate necessity. At the same time, IPv6 offers features and functionalities that can improve ... View full abstract»

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  • SIP collides with IPv6

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    In the near future we are faced with the challenge to provide SIP based services in heterogeneous IP networks. Call signaling as well as media transport for voice over IP (VoIP) must traverse interconnected IPv4 and IPv6 network domains to work successfully. Indeed there are several classical IPv6 transition techniques but are they appropriate for voice interaction? On the one hand SIP signaling r... View full abstract»

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  • IP v6 - An opportunity for new service and network features

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    As migration to IPv6 in US, driven by the exhaustion of the IPv4 global address pool or by US DoD (Department of Defense) mandate etc, is picking up its momentum within enterprise networks, the service providers (SP) are also investigating multiple options to support customer IPv6 sites through a gradual upgrade to IPv6. These options include dual-stack, tunneling and translation. More importantly... View full abstract»

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  • An Early Technical Evaluation of Convergence between Cellular and Broadcast Media

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    Convergence between telecommunications and the broadcast worlds is one of the trends of current network evolution. The UMTS specifications are being enhanced to support broadcast and multicast down to the end-user terminal. The multimedia broadcast /multicast service (MBMS) bearer services define a point-to-multipoint capability on the UMTS radio interface. The Institut Eurecom has developed, in t... View full abstract»

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  • A Novel Scheme on Building a Trusted IP Routing Infrastructure

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    Router in Internet can easily propagate spoofed, malicious routing messages that can disrupt the network service. This is more of a flaw in the trust model, and not in the protocol itself. This paper presents a novel dynamic distributed trusted model for routing infrastructure, which is applied to establish trusted routing path to safeguard routing information. The goal is to bring higher level of... View full abstract»

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  • Performance Evaluation of Program Translation in Service-Oriented Architectures

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    Majority of service-oriented applications are developed by using XML-based languages for process-oriented service composition. Efficient translation of service composition process descriptions into executable code is a prerequisite for efficient execution of applications in service-oriented environments. In this paper, we present performance evaluation of translation of service-oriented applicatio... View full abstract»

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  • Next/New Generation Networks Services and Management

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    New/next generation networks aim to provide mutual trusted IP based networks for a multi access network and innovative services tailored to users needs. NGN architecture has been the purpose of several studies within organism of standardization like ITU-T and ETSI. We present here a literature about NGN architecture (NGN) and next/new generation service (NGS) requirements: details about functional... View full abstract»

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  • Context based Application Level Intrusion Detection System

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    In today's interconnected networks, intrusion detection systems (IDSs), encryption devices and firewalls are crucial in providing a complete security solution. As network security has become a growing concern, system administrators lock down their networks by blocking traffic through certain ports and allowing traffic via only selected authorized ports such as HTTP. A recent survey has indicated t... View full abstract»

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  • A stabilized Core-Stateless Fair Queuing Mechanism for a Layered Multicast Network

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    Layered multicasting is an effective technique in distributing large-scale streaming multimedia content over the standard IP networks -which form the Internet. The major issue is fairness, which is the desire for the multicast traffic not to overwhelm other usual traffic such as standard TCP traffic. The need for speed of UDP and its designed nature of obtaining as much bandwidth as possible is wh... View full abstract»

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  • A Novel Hierarchical Ad Hoc Networks

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    Data delivery is accomplished in ad hoc networks using multi-hop peer-to-peer routing. This approach always leads to long delay and routing overhead regardless of whether the routing protocol is in demand. To address this inherent characteristic, this work presents a novel idea adopting dual-card-mode, specific IP naming, and channel assignment methods to expedite the information transmission. The... View full abstract»

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  • Improving TCP-Friendly Rate Control in Wired and Wireless Networks By a Scheme Based on Wireless Signal Strength

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    We propose a rate control scheme developed to improve TFRC (TCP-friendly rate control) in wired and wireless networks. Next-generation wireless users will expect multimedia streams of high quality as well as high mobility that has time-varying wireless error rate. The proposed scheme is designed to meet such requirements. This is accomplished by using wireless signal strength information to improv... View full abstract»

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