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

Network traffic forms a lot in many modern server communication worlds. 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. 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. Therefore, the proposed proposal is proposed to maintain the causes of network traffic surges and countermeasures.


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Cite this article
[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.