Comparing the Accuracy of Network Utilization Performance between Real Network and Simulation Model for Local Area Network (LAN)

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DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2008.14042   PDF   HTML     8,527 Downloads   13,126 Views   Citations

Abstract

This article presents a novel approach for the measurement and estimation of network traffic utilization between network nodes in heterogeneous environment. This research investigates performance evaluation of network interface on heterogeneous services and technologies environment. This study proposes an enhanced equation to evaluate the performance of network interface via Little Law and Queuing theories to improve the evaluation algorithm. To get accuracy results on the performance of simulation model, it measures (verify and validate) data from Local Area Network (real network environment). This project uses network management tool to capture those data and Fluke Optiview device to generate traffic. As a result, this simulation model can provide a good approximation of the real traffic observed in the real network environment. Through laboratory and field experiments, the result shows that the model via simulation is capable of approximating the performance of network utilization and traffic over heterogeneous services and techniques within a minimum error range.

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M. ISMAIL and A. ZIN, "Comparing the Accuracy of Network Utilization Performance between Real Network and Simulation Model for Local Area Network (LAN)," International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, Vol. 1 No. 4, 2008, pp. 339-349. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2008.14042.

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