Universita' degli Studi di Napoli ''Federico II'' (Italy)
This page contains traffic traces and time series from real networks captured using Plab.
Right-click on the links (and choose "Save as.." or similar) to download the files.
The link observed is a link at 200Mbps connecting the University of Napoli "Federico II" network to the rest of the Internet.
These traces are in tcpdump format. Packet lenghts are variable because, for each packet, we stored full TCP headers including optional
headers (e.g. MSS). Because of privacy concerns, IP addresses have been replaced preserving network membership.
Licence, terms and conditions: the data sets are free to use as long as you acknowledge the related source.
Acknowledgements: we thank Francesco Palmieri (CSI) for giving us the possibility to sniff/manage/hear anonymized network traffic.
TCP port 80 traffic traces
This is traffic related to TCP port 80 generated by clients inside the network of University of Napoli, Federico II - UNINA - reaching the outside world (i.e. src host from UNINA and dst port tcp 80 OR dst host from UNINA and src port tcp 80).
Trace 1 14th June 2004 11:00-12:00, 312 MB gzip compressed
Trace 2 14th June 2004 12:00-13:00, 357 MB gzip compressed
Trace 3 14th June 2004 13:00-14:00, 315 MB gzip compressed
TCP port 25 traffic Traces
This is traffic related to TCP port 25 generated by clients inside the network of University of Napoli, Federico II - UNINA - reaching the outside world (i.e. src host from UNINA and dst port tcp 25 OR dst host from UNINA and src port tcp 25).
Trace 1 5th September 2005, 11:00-12:00 - 27 MB gzip compressed
Trace 2 5th September 2005, 12:00-13:00 - 26 MB gzip compressed
Trace 3 5th September 2005, 13:00-14:00 - 16 MB gzip compressed
TCP port 110 traffic traces
TCP 143 traffic traces
MSN Messenger traffic traces and time series (TCP port 1863)
The following archives contain both packet-level traffic traces and the corresponding (packet size and inter-packet time) time series. They were passively captured during the last week of April 2006. The archives contain both outbound and inbound data related to MSN switchboard traffic.
traffictrace: MSNtraffictraces (right click for download)
Time Series for Anomaly Detection
The following file is a Matlab data file. It contains 3 time series, representing the packet rate of 3 different traffic traces, related to inbound traffic of the UNINA Network. The traces were collected in year 2004. The packet rate was sampled with a period of 2 seconds and each trace lasts 2 hours. These data have been used for studies on volume-based anomaly detection and are related to time intervals during which no anomalies were observed on the UNINA network by the NOC operators. In other words, they can be considered anomaly-free.
If you are interested in collaborating with us or in opportunities in Traffic, please send an e-mail to Antonio Pescapè