Funded by EPSRC, supported by UKERNA, P2POpt is focused on the measurement of network traffic patterns indicative of the onset of peer-to-peer application activity, the use of active measurement techniques to detect such onset in real time, the exploitation of these indications to re-engineer network traffic, and the symbiotic optimization of overlay network structure in parallel with such traffic re-engineering.
The overall research goals for the project are:
- Correlate application-level and network-level traffic to detect network-level signatures that indicate onset of p2pactivity.
- Use programmable network elements to implement always-on, active measurements of the network-level trafficto detect these patterns in real-time and trigger appropriate traffic engineering to ensure acceptable performance levels in the network.
- Analyze the effect of the overlay network structure on the measured network-level traffic to drive optimizationof the overlay network structure.
- Understand how to synergistically optimize programmable network and application level structures simultaneously.
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