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Published on November 26, 2007

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Classification of Access Network Types: Ethernet, Wireless LAN, ADSL, Cable Modem or Dialup?:  Classification of Access Network Types: Ethernet, Wireless LAN, ADSL, Cable Modem or Dialup? Wei Wei, Bing Wang, Chun Zhang, Jim Kurose, Don Towsley {weiwei, bing, czhang, kurose, towsley}@cs.umass.edu Outline:  Outline Motivation Background Classification scheme Analytical basis for classification Validation Conclusions and future work Motivation:  Motivation Ethernet, wireless LAN, ADSL, cable modem and dialup common access networks dramatically different characteristics Fast and accurate classification of access network type using end-to-end approach is useful constructing application layer multicast tree… Background: Overview:  Background: Overview IEEE 802.11b (WLAN) Shared media Random backoff DOCSIS (Cable Modem) Downstream: broadcast Upstream: shared using request/grant Ethernet, ADSL and dialup Essentially dedicated access Background: Transmission Overhead of WLAN:  Background: Transmission Overhead of WLAN Fixed overhead of UDP packet 500 microsecond Random backoff 0 - 620 (perfect channel, no contention) Overall transmission time of UDP packet Uniformly distributed 500 ~ 1120 (perfect channel, no contention) Classification Approach:  Classification Approach A wants to know B’s access network type Let B report its connection type? B may not know (WLAN+cable) B may not want to report A asks B to send a sequence of packet pairs A determines B's connection type based on median and entropy of inter-arrival times of packet pairs from B Assume A has good network connection Notation:  Notation B A Request packet pairs Classification Scheme:  Classification Scheme Determining Classification Thresholds:  Determining Classification Thresholds Independent M/D/1 queues Equal packet size: 375 bytes Average packet size over Internet: 300~400 bytes Single bottleneck Two bottlenecks Analytical Basis:  Analytical Basis 11 Mbps 802.11b, under ideal conditions no contention , no retransmissions Ethernet Small Scale Experiments:  Small Scale Experiments Purpose Validate analytical results Obtain empirical results 12 Linux machines located in 4 continents US, Brazil, Italy, and Taiwan Run experiments between each pair of machines Connection types tested: Ethernet, WLAN, ADSL, Cable Small Scale Experiments:  Small Scale Experiments Ethernet WLAN Cable DSL Large Scale Experiments: Coverage:  Large Scale Experiments: Coverage 28 states in United State Receivers: two PCs in UMASS with 10Mbps and 100Mbps Ethernet card 4 continents, 10 countries Senders are from Large Scale Experiments: Classification:  Large Scale Experiments: Classification Entropy of Ethernet and WLAN can overlap Cable and dialup can have very small median Hard to distinguish cable, ADSL and dialup Large Scale Experiments: A Dialup Example:  Large Scale Experiments: A Dialup Example Median is not enough! A dialup trace from University of Florida looks like an Ethernet connection Need Entropy values for both bin sizes Large Scale Experiments: Summary:  Large Scale Experiments: Summary 509 traces, our classification scheme: correctly classifies all 144 Ethernet connections correctly classifies all 93 WLAN connections as WLAN Low-bandwidth classifies > 98% connections correctly misclassifies < 2% as WLAN All 5 traces are ADSL connections from Calgary, Canada Conclusion and Future Work:  Conclusion and Future Work Simple, efficient scheme to classify access network type: Ethernet, WLAN,low-bandwidth connection exploit intrinsic characteristics of connection types use both median and entropy of packet pair inter-arrival times accurate classification results in 10 - 100 seconds Future work Passive-measurement-based classification Classification of cable and ADSL based on more specific characteristics Slide18:  Thank you!

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