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 Florian Wohlfart

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Publication years2013-2018
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August 2018 SIGCOMM '18: Proceedings of the 2018 Conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication
Publisher: ACM
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Today's large content providers (CP) are busy building out their service infrastructures or "peering edges" to satisfy the insatiable demand for content created by an ever-expanding Internet edge. One component of these serving infrastructures that features prominently in this build-out is their connectivity fabric; i.e., the set of all Internet ...
Keywords: content delivery networks, content providers, peering

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April 2018 Journal of Network and Systems Management: Volume 26 Issue 2, April 2018
Publisher: Plenum Press
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Virtual switches, like Open vSwitch, have emerged as an important part of today's data centers. They connect interfaces of virtual machines and provide an uplink to the physical network via network interface cards. We discuss usage scenarios for virtual switches involving physical and virtual network interfaces. We present extensive black-box ...
Keywords: Cloud, Performance characterization, MoonGen, Network measurement, Performance evaluation

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November 2017 HotNets-XVI: Proceedings of the 16th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks
Publisher: ACM
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For many years, the research community, practitioners, and regulators have used myriad methods and tools to understand the complex structure and behavior of ISPs from the edge of the network. Unfortunately, the nature of these techniques forces the researcher to find a balance between ISP-coverage, user scale, and accuracy. In ...
Keywords: Advertising measurements, Internet measurements

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November 2016 IMC '16: Proceedings of the 2016 Internet Measurement Conference
Publisher: ACM
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As ISPs face IPv4 address scarcity they increasingly turn to network address translation (NAT) to accommodate the address needs of their customers. Recently, ISPs have moved beyond employing NATs only directly at individual customers and instead begun deploying Carrier-Grade NATs (CGNs) to apply address translation to many independent and disparate ...
Keywords: carrier-grade nat, home networks, internet measurement, ipv4 address space exhaustion, ipv4 scarcity, ipv6 transition, middlebox, network address translation

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July 2016 ANRW '16: Proceedings of the 2016 Applied Networking Research Workshop
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Ever growing demand for network bandwidth makes computer networks an area of constant development and fast adjustments. The steady change makes good performance assessments equally necessary and challenging. This development motivated us to revisit the established benchmarking methodology. We provide an overview of the state-of-the-art in router benchmarking, the currently ...
Keywords: Benchmarking methodology, RFC 2544

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December 2015 Computer Networks: The International Journal of Computer and Telecommunications Networking: Volume 92 Issue P2, December 2015
Publisher: Elsevier North-Holland, Inc.
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Driven by the expected benefits, SDN techniques prepare to dare the leap from datacenter and small area networks to larger networks. SDN becomes more and more interesting in ISP networks, where new concerns about scalability, resilience and legacy functionality arise. Therefore, we analyze RouteFlow, a promising approach to SDN, that ...
Keywords: SDN, Carrier grade SDN, ISP networks, RouteFlow

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October 2015 IMC '15: Proceedings of the 2015 Internet Measurement Conference
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We present MoonGen, a flexible high-speed packet generator. It can saturate 10 GbE links with minimum-sized packets while using only a single CPU core by running on top of the packet processing framework DPDK. Linear multi-core scaling allows for even higher rates: We have tested MoonGen with up to 178.5 ...
Keywords: dpdk, lua, packet generation, user space networking

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July 2015 Spects '15: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Evaluation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems
Publisher: Society for Computer Simulation International
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High-speed network cards supporting 10 or 40GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) are available today. Software frameworks for high-speed packet reception and transmission were created to exhaust the performance of these cards. However, these frameworks are not applicable as general-purpose solution. Thus, it is necessary to revisit general purpose network IO software that ...
Keywords: ITR, NAPI, NIC driver, commodity hardware, linux, packet latency, packet processing

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May 2015 ANCS '15: Proceedings of the Eleventh ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for networking and communications systems
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Network stacks currently implemented in operating systems can no longer cope with the packet rates offered by 10 Gbit Ethernet. Thus, frameworks were developed claiming to offer a faster alternative for this demand. These frameworks enable arbitrary packet processing systems to be built from commodity hardware handling a traffic rate ...
Keywords: dpdk, netmap, performance measurement, pf_ring zc, software packet processing

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December 2014 NetGames '14: Proceedings of the 13th Annual Workshop on Network and Systems Support for Games
Publisher: IEEE Press
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Latency has a high impact on the user satisfaction in real-time multiplayer games. The network between the client and server is, in most cases, the main cause for latency and out of the scope of the game's developer. But the developer should avoid introducing unnecessary delays within his responsibility; i.e. ...
Keywords: intel DPDK, latency, measurement, virtualization

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December 2013 HotMiddlebox '13: Proceedings of the 2013 workshop on Hot topics in middleboxes and network function virtualization
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Middleboxes are an essential part of today's networks since they allow to introduce additional functionality without having to change end-hosts. Network Address Translation (NAT) has been the number one choice for coping with the address depletion problem of IPv4. Although NAT introduces many problems for existing applications it can be ...
Keywords: lsn, natt, field test, measurement, middlebox



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