A Performance Analysis Model of PC-based Software Router Supporting IPv6-IPv4 Translation for Residential Gateway

Ssang-Hee Seo and In-Yeup Kong
Volume: 1, No: 1, Page: 62 ~ 69, Year: 2005

Keywords: Performance analysis model, Software PC router, IPv6-IPv4 translator, M/G/1/K, MMPP-2/G/1/K, residential gateway
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Abstract
This paper presents a queuing analysis model of a PC-based software router supporting IPv6-IPv4 translation for residential gateway. The proposed models are M/G/1/K or MMPP-2/G/1/K by arrival process of the software PC router. M/G/1/K is a model of normal traffic and MMPP-2/G/1/K is a model of burst traffic. In M/G/1/K, the arriving process is assumed to be a Poisson process, which is independent and identically distributed. In MMPP-2/G/1/K, the arriving process is assumed to be two-state Markov Modulated Poisson Process (MMPP) which is changed from one state to another state with intensity. The service time distribution is general distribution and the service discipline of the server is processor sharing. Also, the total number of packets that can be processed at one time is limited to K. We obtain performance metrics of PC-based software router for residential gateway such as system sojourn time, blocking probability and throughput based on the proposed model. Compared to other models, our model is simpler and it is easier to estimate model parameters. Validation results show that the model estimates the performance of the target system.

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IEEE Style
Ssang-Hee Seo, and In-Yeup Kong, "A Performance Analysis Model of PC-based Software Router Supporting IPv6-IPv4 Translation for Residential Gateway," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 62~69, 2005. DOI: .

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Ssang-Hee Seo, and In-Yeup Kong, "A Performance Analysis Model of PC-based Software Router Supporting IPv6-IPv4 Translation for Residential Gateway," Journal of Information Processing Systems, 1, 1, (2005), 62~69. DOI: .