Caractérisation du trafic P2P IPTV 1: une analyse d'échelle

Translated title of the contribution: Characterization of P2P IPTV traffic: A scale analysis

Thomas Silverston, Olivier Fourmaux, Kavé Salamatian

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Abstract

P2P IPTV applications arise on the Internet and will be massively used in the future. It is expected P2P IPTV will contribute to increase the overall Internet traffic. In this context, it is important to measure their traffic to evaluate the impact on the network and characterize this traffic. In this paper, we measured the network traffic of P2P IPTV applications. From the collected data, we characterize the P2P IPTV traffic structure at different time scales by using wavelet based transform method. Our analysis shows that the scaling properties of the TCP traffic is different from the UDP traffic. The download traffic has different characteristics than the upload traffic. The signaling traffic has also a significant impact on the download traffic but it has negligible impact on the upload traffic. These findings will help to design synthetic P2P IPTV traffic generation models, which are key input parameters when modeling or simulating these systems.

Original languageFrench
Publication statusPublished - 2019 Jan 1
Event2008 Colloque Francophone sur l�Ingenierie des Protocoles, CFIP 2008 - 2008 French-Speaking Conference on Protocol Engineering, CFIP 2008 - Les Arcs, France
Duration: 2008 Mar 242008 Mar 28

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Conference
CountryFrance
CityLes Arcs
Period08/3/2408/3/28

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Keywords

  • Live video
  • Peer to peer
  • Traffic analysis
  • Traffic measurement

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Networks and Communications

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Silverston, T., Fourmaux, O., & Salamatian, K. (2019). Caractérisation du trafic P2P IPTV 1: une analyse d'échelle. Paper presented at 2008 Colloque Francophone sur l�Ingenierie des Protocoles, CFIP 2008 - 2008 French-Speaking Conference on Protocol Engineering, CFIP 2008, Les Arcs, France.

Caractérisation du trafic P2P IPTV 1 : une analyse d'échelle. / Silverston, Thomas; Fourmaux, Olivier; Salamatian, Kavé.

2019. Paper presented at 2008 Colloque Francophone sur l�Ingenierie des Protocoles, CFIP 2008 - 2008 French-Speaking Conference on Protocol Engineering, CFIP 2008, Les Arcs, France.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Silverston, T, Fourmaux, O & Salamatian, K 2019, 'Caractérisation du trafic P2P IPTV 1: une analyse d'échelle' Paper presented at, Les Arcs, France, 08/3/24 - 08/3/28, .
Silverston T, Fourmaux O, Salamatian K. Caractérisation du trafic P2P IPTV 1: une analyse d'échelle. 2019. Paper presented at 2008 Colloque Francophone sur l�Ingenierie des Protocoles, CFIP 2008 - 2008 French-Speaking Conference on Protocol Engineering, CFIP 2008, Les Arcs, France.
Silverston, Thomas ; Fourmaux, Olivier ; Salamatian, Kavé. / Caractérisation du trafic P2P IPTV 1 : une analyse d'échelle. Paper presented at 2008 Colloque Francophone sur l�Ingenierie des Protocoles, CFIP 2008 - 2008 French-Speaking Conference on Protocol Engineering, CFIP 2008, Les Arcs, France.
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