A Ns 2 model for the Xbox System Link game Halo

@inproceedings{Lang2003AN2,
  title={A Ns 2 model for the Xbox System Link game Halo},
  author={Tanja Lang and Grenville J. Armitage},
  year={2003}
}
This paper presents our development of a synthetic traff ic model for Microsoft Xbox System L ink traffic. The goal is a traff ic model that can be used by researchers and Internet Service Pr ovider engineers to estimate the potential future impact of Xbox traffic over IP networks. We developed our ns2 simulation model for System L ink traffic by running live network exper iments and character ising the observed packet length, packet inter -arr ival times, and data rates (in packetsand bitsper… CONTINUE READING
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