Overall performance of Network Redundancy in SCTP
effect of different factors in Multi-homing
THESIS PROJECT Learn program in Computer science
Introducing effect of different factors on Multi-homing Abstract The key purpose of developing the Stream Control Protocol (SCTP) was to offer a strong transfer of traffic between hosts within the networks. For this reason SCTP multi-homing feature was created, in which a great SCTP tv-sender can get destination number with multiple IP tackles in the same session. In the event the primary way between the origin and the vacation spot is down, the targeted traffic may be sent to the destination by using redundant route. And SCTP multi-homing likewise supports to get the contingency multipath copy of targeted traffic. This daily news introduces the result of different network factors like concurrent get across traffic, blockage control methods and BAG timers upon multi-homing feature of SCTP. Throughput and end-to-end box delay had been used as performance metrics to bring in the effect of the factors. From your study it was introduced that concurrent combination traffic in the network acts same about multi-homed extremite and both equally interfaces were affected almost same. It absolutely was concluded that congestion control methods also affects on multi-homing, the REDDISH congestion control algorithm lowered delay and improved throughput of the SCTP multi-homing. In RFC4960 advised SACK termes conseilles is 200ms, but when 100ms SACK termes conseilles was used with concurrent multipath transfer in SCTP (CMT-SCTP) multi-homing, the high throughput and low delay was achieved as compared with 200ms and 300ms, which suggested that several SACK timers affects in multi-homing characteristic of SCTP. All the simulation works had been conducted in NS2 network simulator.
Functionality of Network Redundancy in SCTP --
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September 01, 2010 Rashid Ali Stefan Christiernin Stanislav Belenki Grasp Program in Pc Science Ad vance Network Design second cycle 60 HE credit EXD908
Transmitting Transport Part Protocols, SCTP, Multi-homing, NS2 University Western, Department of Economics and IT SE-461 86 TrollhГ¤ttan, SWEDEN Cellphone: + 46 520 22 30 00 Fax: & 46 520 22 32 99 World wide web: www.hv.se
Stream Control Transmission Process (SCTP) can be described as reliable transport protocol operating on top of a great unreliable process that is internet protocol (IP). For the past twenty years the dependable transmission is definitely provided by TCP and unreliable data delivery is provided by UDP. Most of the features of TCP and UDP can also be found in SCTP. That is why SCTP multi-homing feature was designed, in which an SCTP tv-sender can access destination web host with multiple IP tackles in the same session. In case the primary route between the origin and the vacation spot is straight down, the traffic may be sent to the destination through the use of redundant way. This newspaper aims to determine the impact of concurrent cross traffic in network, congestion control methods and standard SACK timers on the multi-homing feature of SCTP. A pre-study for this Master these types of report was performed inside the subject " Managing Pc Science Assignments (PDD900)вЂќ provided by University Western. In this subject a complete time schedule was created for the achievement with the goals with this paper. Relating to that time plan a background study for SCTP and introduction to its multi-homing feature was performed in last session. For this purpose RFCs for TCP, UDP and SCTP, multiple research paperwork were under study. Ahead of selecting this kind of master final theses I was unknown to Linux environment and employing Network Sim NS2 pertaining to network studies so I learned these tools from the beginning during this research, then finally during the time period of master theses different simulation experiments had been performed in Network Sim NS2 to introduce the result of presumed...