Providing public intradomain traffic matrices to the research community

Sun, 04/01/2007 - 01:54 by Damien Leroy

Abstract

This paper presents a new publicly available dataset from GÉANT,
the European Research and Educational Network. This dataset consists
of traffic matrices built using full IGP routing information,
sampled Netflow data and BGP routing information of the GÉANT
network, one per 15 minutes interval for several months. Potential
benefits of publicly available traffic matrices comprise improving
our understanding of real traffic matrices, their dynamics, and to
make possible the benchmarking of intradomain traffic engineering
methods.

Authors
S. Uhlig, B. Quoitin, S. Balon and J. Lepropre
Source
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review, 36(1), January 2006.
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