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Title: Monitoring, Analysis and Modeling of HTTP and HTTPS Requests in a Campus LAN
Authors: Sriskandarajah, S.
Ranasinghe, N.
Keywords: Traffic modelling
TCP session
Inter-arrival time
Gamma distribution
HTTP
HTTPS
Issue Date: 11-Jul-2013
Series/Report no.: PG/IT/;0026
Abstract: In this paper we monitored, analysed and modeled Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and HTTP Secure (HTTPS) requests generated from a campus Local Area Network (LAN) to various web servers in the Internet. We focused on the parameter TCP session inter-arrival times. The TCP session inter-arrival times are analysed and fitted with standard distributions such as Exponential, Gamma, Lognormal, Weibull and Pareto distributions. With this study we found that for traffic chunks of less than or equal to 30 minutes time period, Gamma distribution provides best fit to the empirical TCP session inter-arrival times of HTTP and HTTPS requests.
Description: VOL.1,January 2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/86
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