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Longitudinal Study of Applications for Three NLANR Sites
We analyze data from three NLANR sites for breakdown of traffic by applications.
NLANR was a research unit at the San Diego Supercomputer Center is to characterize the behavior of high performance connection (HPC) networks NLANR has developed the Network Analysis Infrastructure (NAI). We analyzed data from NLANR's Passive Measurement and Analysis (PMA) project.

The HPC sites are typically Internet 2 /abilene connected university campuses of OC3 or OC12 links

We present monthly data samples for three NLANR sites during the period of 1998 - 2001 from three NLANR sites. Individual applications have been aggregated into groups (e.g. file sharing, tunneling) by bytes, packets and flows. Traffic within each site differs from others. For instance the FLA traffic is dominated by peer-to-peer and news applications while the SDC has significantly more WWW data.

SITEbytespacketsflows
APN
APAN connection at STARTAP
OC3 ATM
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FLA
Florida Universities Gigapop
OC3 ATM
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FLA._p.gif
FLA._f.gif
SDC
San Diego Supercomputer Center
OC3 ATM
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  Last Modified: Wed Feb-6-2019 15:53:00 PST
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