Research on Advanced Management of Network Traffic


Sunghyuck Hong, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 17-21, Dec. 2019
10.22662/IJASC.2019.1.4.017, Full Text:
Keywords: Network, traffic, bandwidth, IP, DDoS, UDP, TCP, PPS

Abstract

Background/Objectives: Network traffic forms a lot in many modern server communication worlds. Methods/Statistical analysis: As a result, the network can exchange data with each other, and the sudden increase in trapping results in malfunction and communication error due to server overload. Findings: Traffic spikes can be attributed to scheduled backups within the LAN, remote backup programs, mail servers, software (SW) upgrades, malware generation and hacking attempts. In general, a small increase in traffic that is easily seen by everyone is likely to recover after a while. However, when traffic attacks coming from too much traffic and hacking intentions, fast network traffic detection, and responses are needed. Improvements/Applications: Therefore, the proposed proposal is proposed to maintain the causes of network traffic surges and countermeasures.


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[APA Style]
Sunghyuck Hong (2019). Research on Advanced Management of Network Traffic. International Journal of Advanced Science and Convergence, 1(4), 17-21. DOI: 10.22662/IJASC.2019.1.4.017.

[IEEE Style]
S. Hong, "Research on Advanced Management of Network Traffic," International Journal of Advanced Science and Convergence, vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 17-21, 2019. DOI: 10.22662/IJASC.2019.1.4.017.

[ACM Style]
Sunghyuck Hong. 2019. Research on Advanced Management of Network Traffic. International Journal of Advanced Science and Convergence, 1, 4, (2019), 17-21. DOI: 10.22662/IJASC.2019.1.4.017.