Andrew W. Moore

Enabling Performance Evaluation Beyond 10 Gbps

By: 
Gianni Antichi, Charalampos Rotsos, Andrew W. Moore
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CCR August 2015

Despite network monitoring and testing being critical for computer networks, current solutions are both extremely expensive and inflexible. This demo presents OSNT (www.osnt.org), a communitydriven, high-performance, open-source traffic generator and capture system built on top of the NetFPGA-10G board which enables flexible network testing.

IMRG Workshop on Application Classification and Identification Report

By: 
Tim Strayer, Mark Allman, Grenville Armitage, Steve Bellovin, Shudong Jin, and Andrew W. Moore
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CCR July 2008

The Internet Research Task Force’s (IRTF) Internet Measurement Research Group (IMRG) continued its practice of sponsoring workshops on current topics in computer network measurement with the Workshop on Application Classification and Identification (WACI) held October 3, 2007, at BBN Technologies in Cambridge, Massachusetts. There has been much general interest within the community recently in finding techniques to identify traffic without examination of the service ports used in the TCP or UDP header, as these increasingly do not accurately indicate the application generating the traffic.

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