On the Impact of Mobile Network Delays on Connection Establishment Performance of a Carrier Grade NAT Device

@inproceedings{Ohara2014OnTI,
  title={On the Impact of Mobile Network Delays on Connection Establishment Performance of a Carrier Grade NAT Device},
  author={Yasuhiro Ohara and Kaname Nishizuka and Ken-ichi Chinen and Kunio Akashi and Makoto Kohrin and Eiichi Muramoto and Shin Miyakawa},
  booktitle={AINTEC},
  year={2014}
}
IPv4 addresses are nearly exhausted worldwide. For some time until IPv6 becomes pervasive as an ultimate solution, deployment of Carrier Grade NAT (CGN) devices becomes necessary, especially in the mobile carriers' networks which anticipate a large and growing number of new users. In this context, we tackle the evaluation of the impact of inserting a CGN device in the network, and in conjunction with the mobile network communication delays. We compare the Connection Establishment Rate (CER… CONTINUE READING

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