Comparison of SECNM's distributed and end-to-end QoS monitoring, regarding a TLS and an unsecured connection

Tomi Räty, Mikko Karinsalo, Tapio Heikkilä, Markus Sihvonen

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    Abstract

    The monitoring structure implemented in this research paper is called SECNM (Single End-Client and Network Monitors). It comprises of a single QoS (Quality of Service) end-client monitor and a QoS network monitor. SECNM's network monitor performs as a QoS distributed monitor, and SECNM's end-client monitor as a QoS end-to-end monitor. SECNM combines these two monitor models. The strength of SECNM is immense when applied to the ensuing scenarios: 1) a plenary QoS end-to-end monitor cannot be applied and 2) a mere network monitor is not adequate. The structure of the SECNM environment was modeled on journals and conference papers regarding QoS monitoring, distributed monitoring, and end-to-end monitoring. A comparison of these theoretical paradigms and SECNM was performed. Test cases were conducted to discriminate the main differences between SECNM's monitor types in the M4MAMI system. The notable discrepancies includes indications of different delays and data quantities, lost data, retransmissions, and initial and final negotiation related to the TLS communication.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication2006 International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications
    PublisherIEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
    ISBN (Electronic)1-4244-0716-8
    ISBN (Print)1-4244-0715-X
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    Publication statusPublished - 2006
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event14th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications - Surathkal, India
    Duration: 20 Dec 200623 Dec 2006

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    Conference14th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications
    CountryIndia
    CitySurathkal
    Period20/12/0623/12/06

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    Räty, T., Karinsalo, M., Heikkilä, T., & Sihvonen, M. (2006). Comparison of SECNM's distributed and end-to-end QoS monitoring, regarding a TLS and an unsecured connection. In 2006 International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers . https://doi.org/10.1109/ADCOM.2006.4289876
    Räty, Tomi ; Karinsalo, Mikko ; Heikkilä, Tapio ; Sihvonen, Markus. / Comparison of SECNM's distributed and end-to-end QoS monitoring, regarding a TLS and an unsecured connection. 2006 International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications. IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers , 2006.
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    Comparison of SECNM's distributed and end-to-end QoS monitoring, regarding a TLS and an unsecured connection. / Räty, Tomi; Karinsalo, Mikko; Heikkilä, Tapio; Sihvonen, Markus.

    2006 International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications. IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers , 2006.

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