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Unformatted text preview: Miguel Garcia NETW410, Professor Shafer
Lab #5, Traffic Modeling Lab Report *1: What is the average packet size which is inferred by these demand entries? The average packet size is 500 from 0 to 600 seconds.
*2: Capture a screen shot of the results screen and paste it into your answer sheet. *3: What do the stats show about the traffic entering the cloud?
That’s have a throughput in packets/sec of 1,500 and a 19,000,000bits /sec on a 10 minute. *4: Paste a shot of this screen into your worksheet. *5: What do you observe about the packet delay related to the ToS we assigned?
WFQ Queuing Delay (sec) IF10 Q1 is less than, WFQ Queuing Delay (sec) IF10 Q1, and WFQ Queuing Delay (sec) IF10 Q2. *6: Paste a shot of this window in your answer sheet.
*6: Paste a shot of this window in your answer sheet. *7: What does the graph show about this delay?
This graph show the delay on the packet on the SRC 2 *8: Why does this simulation run so much quicker than the first one? I would say that the traffic mix was change from all Explicit to background *9: What do you observe about the queuing delays in both scenarios?
They are the same after 5 min of the simulation *10: Note that the “Packet ETE Delay (sec)” statistics is shaded out and cannot be selected. Why? They cannot be selected because we are using the all backgrounds. They cannot be selected because we are using the all backgrounds. *11: The first panel compares the queuing delays between the three scenarios. Paste a shot of this panel in your answer sheet. *12: How do you compare these results?
They all running in a different packet size and with different delay times. *13: The second graph panel compares the packet endtoend delays for the three traffic demands obtained using explicit traffic and hybrid traffic (no ETE delays were available in the purely background traffic scenario). Paste a shot this panel into your answer sheet. *14: How would you compare the results between the first and third scenarios?
*14: How would you compare the results between the first and third scenarios? They are both running equal with the same delay. ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2011 for the course NET 410 taught by Professor Main during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '11