Accurate, scalable in-network identification of p2p traffic using application signatures

@inproceedings{Sen2004AccurateSI,
  title={Accurate, scalable in-network identification of p2p traffic using application signatures},
  author={Subhabrata Sen and Oliver Spatscheck and Dongmei Wang},
  booktitle={WWW},
  year={2004}
}
The ability to accurately identify the network traffic associated with different P2P applications is important to a broad range of network operations including application-specific traffic engineering, capacity planning, provisioning, service differentiation,etc. However, traditional traffic to higher-level application mapping techniques such as default server TCP or UDP network-port baseddisambiguation is highly inaccurate for some P2P applications.In this paper, we provide an efficient… CONTINUE READING
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