Universita' degli Studi di Napoli ''Federico II'' (Italy)
This page contains Traffic Traces captured from real netwoks using Plab and Data Traces related to Delay, Jitter, Throughput, and Packet Loss obtained by means of an Active Measurement approach with D-ITG. Data traces have been collected over real heterogenuos wired/wireless networks and on MagNets.
If you are interested in collaborating with us or in opportunities in Traffic, please send an e-mail to Antonio Pescapè
When refering to our Traffic Traces, please cite the following references:
A. Dainotti, A. Pescapè, P. Salvo Rossi, F. Palmieri, G. Ventre, "Internet Traffic Modeling by means of Hidden Markov Models",
Computer Networks (Elsevier), Volume 52, Issue 14, 9 October 2008, Pages 2645-2662
A. Dainotti, A. Pescapè, G. Ventre, "A cascade architecture for DoS attacks detection based on the wavelet transform", Journal of Computer Security, Volume 17, Number 6/2009, Pages 945-968
When refering to our Heterogenous Networks Data Traces, please cite the following reference:
A. Botta, A. Pescapè, G. Ventre, "Quality of Service Statistics over Heterogeneous Networks: Analysis and Applications", Special Issue of Elesevier EJOR on 'Performance Evaluation of QoS-aware Heterogeneous Systems', Volume 191, Issue 3, 16 December 2008, Pages 1075-1088
When refering to our MagNets Data Traces, please cite the following references:
Roger P. Karrer, Istvan Matyasovszki, Alessio Botta, Antonio Pescapè, "MagNets - experiences from deploying a joint research-operational next-generation wireless access network testbed", in proceedings of International Conference on Testbeds and Research Infrastructures for the Development of Networks and Communities (TRIDENTCOM), May 2007, Orlando, Florida (USA).
A.Botta, A. Pescapè, R. Karrer, I. Matyasovszki, "Experimental Evaluation and Characterization of the Magnets Wireless Backbone", ACMWINTECH 2006, pp. 26-33, Los Angeles (USA)
The Hobbit platform has collected measurements on broadband access networks for more than two years and results are made available for about 300 monitored connections.
Licence, terms and conditions: the data sets are free to use as long as you acknowledge the source of the traffic/data traces.