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Title: Design and implementation of a device for monitoring large scale IP networks 
Author: Saramah, Jad Y.
Date: 2003-05
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: Internet usage by large enterprises is economically important and is increasing rapidly. Many such enterprises connect to the Internet through an Internet Service Provider. The service provided by these Internet Service Providers is both essential and costly. As such, it is important for an enterprise to be able to measure the quality and quantity of the service it receives. In this thesis we describe a low-cost monitoring system that can be used for monitoring the service on large-scale IP networks. We have implemented this system and tested it extensively.
Description: xi, 116 leaves
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