Summer 2010 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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NPAD and Web100 Update

Time 07/14/10 09:00AM-09:20AM

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Session Abstract

Most network operators have at one time or another been incorrectly
blamed for performance problems that ultimatly proved to be caused by
problems with the user's end system. NPAD was designed to
automatically debug most of these problems, by providing users with
detailed reports indicating the nature of the bottleneck and what must
be changed to make repairs. NPAD uses a number of specialized
diagnostic algorithms built on Web100 TCP instrumentation.



I will review these algorithms and the rationel behind the NPAD and
Web100 designs, and provide an updates on their current statuses.

Speakers

Speaker Matt Mathis M-Lab Project

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail NPAD and Web100 Update (pdf)

Speaker Matt Mathis M-Lab Project

Speaker Michael Whitley Cisco Systems

Secondary tracks Performance / Measurement

Session Media

media item thumbnail NPAD and Web100 Update Netcast Archive Most network operators have at one time or another been incorrectly blamed for performance problems that ultimatly proved to be caused by problems with the user's end system. NPAD was designed to automatically debug most of these problems, by providing users with detailed reports indicating the nature of the bottleneck and what must be changed to make repairs. NPAD uses a number of specialized diagnostic algorithms built on Web100 TCP instrumentation. I will review these algorithms and the rationel behind the NPAD and Web100 designs, and provide an updates on their current statuses. media item thumbnail NPAD and Web100 Update Netcast Archive Most network operators have at one time or another been incorrectly blamed for performance problems that ultimatly proved to be caused by problems with the user's end system. NPAD was designed to automatically debug most of these problems, by providing users with detailed reports indicating the nature of the bottleneck and what must be changed to make repairs. NPAD uses a number of specialized diagnostic algorithms built on Web100 TCP instrumentation. I will review these algorithms and the rationel behind the NPAD and Web100 designs, and provide an updates on their current statuses.

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