[e2e] number of flows per unit time in routers
pingpan at cs.columbia.edu
Fri Oct 28 14:40:12 PDT 2005
This is very interesting. Other than backbone links, does anyone have
data on campus and carrier edge links? Have some flow duration
information would be nice too.
Counting flows in the backbone is interesting, but the flows are mainly
processed at edge. So it would be nice to see something in that region.
Tze-Ven Poh wrote:
> Hello Craig,
> You may want to check out this site:
> See here for example:
> Look for Active Connections graph.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Craig Partridge" <craig at aland.bbn.com>
> To: <end2end-interest at postel.org>
> Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2005 1:23 PM
> Subject: [e2e] number of flows per unit time in routers
>>I've spent this afternoon reading through the literature on flows and
>>can't seem to find anything that tries to characterize how many flows
>>actually pass through a router per second or minute or hour.
>>I carefully say "a router" as I'd be interested in the statistics
>>of where the router is located.
>>E-mail: craig at aland.bbn.com or craig at bbn.com
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