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Traffic Measurements and End User Behavior in the Acreo National Broadband Test Bed Andreas Aurelius, Adnan Mahmood, Anders Berntson, Gunnar Arvidsson,

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1 Traffic Measurements and End User Behavior in the Acreo National Broadband Test Bed Andreas Aurelius, Adnan Mahmood, Anders Berntson, Gunnar Arvidsson, Kåre Gustafsson

2 BBEurope Geneva — 2 The Acreo test bed 250 test pilots FTTH, xDSL, PON

3 BBEurope Geneva — 3 Measurement tool Packetlogic from Netintact Real time monitoring Deep packet/Deep flow inspection 1 => Application based detection 1

4 BBEurope Geneva — 4 Measurement focus Daily pattern Top applications Top households Penetration of applications Difference between peak hour traffic mix and overall traffic mix

5 BBEurope Geneva — 5 Measurement limitations 173 households 75 days Applications over public Internet (i.e.no IPTV, no IPtelephony)

6 BBEurope Geneva — 6 Hourly traffic load, averaged over 75 days PEAK HOURS

7 BBEurope Geneva — 7 Top 10 applications, percent of total traffic

8 BBEurope Geneva — 8 Applications per category, % of total traffic

9 BBEurope Geneva — 9 Penetration – top 10 applications Percentage of households using each application

10 BBEurope Geneva — 10 Penetration - categories Percentage of households using each category

11 BBEurope Geneva — 11 Application categories for top 10 % households Percentage of total traffic per category

12 BBEurope Geneva — 12 Cumulative Distribution Function

13 BBEurope Geneva — 13 Inbound vs outbound per category

14 BBEurope Geneva — 14 Conclusions > 90 % peer-to-peer, dominating the traffic pattern High penetration of peer-to-peer (>80%), A/V streaming (>95%), VoIP (60%), http (100%) Asymmetric traffic (Outbound dominating, coming from peer-to- peer applications) 10 % of the households use 67 % of the traffic No big difference between peak hour and overall traffic mix < 3 % unknown

15 BBEurope Geneva — 15 Further work Celtic project TRAMMS – Traffic Measurements and Models in Multi-Service Networks TRAMMS scope: Traffic measurements in different parts of Europe Broadband bottleneck analysis Traffic models based on the results Capacity planning based on the models 14 partners, 5 countries, 50 person years over 3 years Planned start Q Trends Comparison with other networks Deeper statistical analysis Traffic models


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