Gholam H. Khaksari

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—We compare VoIP performance on IPv6 and IPv4 LANs in the presence of varying levels of background UDP traffic. A conventional softphone is used to make calls and a bare PC (operating system-less) softphone is used as a control to determine the impact of system overhead. The performance measures are maximum and mean delta (the time between the arrival of(More)
We present a bare PC Web server design that runs on any Intel 386 based PC without any hard disk and other supporting software. This server design is based on simplicity and minimal functionality. We identify design issues related to such server and provide our preliminary performance measurements in comparison with IIS and Apache servers. We have found(More)
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We describe the architecture, design, and implementation of a VoIP softphone that runs on a bare Intel-386 (or above) based PC. We compare the performance of bare PC and WinRTP softphones on the Internet by determining call quality and measuring the values of jitter, delay, and packet loss. We also conduct experiments on a LAN to test the limits of the bare(More)
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