Graduate School and Research Center in Digital Sciences

Network monitoring architecture based on home gateways

Casetti, Claudio; Grunenberger, Yan; den Hartog, Frank; Lakhina, Anukool; Lundgren, Henrik; Milanesio, Marco; Pietilainen, Anna-Kaisa; Zhang, Shuang; Teixeira, Renata

FUTURENET 2013, Future Network and Mobile Summit 2013 Conference, 3-5 July 2013, Lisbon, Portugal

The "Future Internet Gateway-based Architecture of Residential netwOrks (FIGARO)" project proposes to tackle the new challenges arising from the shift of the Internet use from technology centric to user/content centric with a novel network architecture centered on the residential gateways. Many use cases for the FIGARO architecture such as home automation, distributed content management, content delivery optimizations, network performance monitoring and troubleshooting require advanced network monitoring functionality on the residential gateway. In this paper, we discuss the requirements and design of the FIGARO gateway-centric network monitoring architecture

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Title:Network monitoring architecture based on home gateways
Keywords:Network performance, performance monitoring, home networks
Type:Poster / Demo
Department:Data Science
Eurecom ref:4140
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Bibtex: @poster / demo{EURECOM+4140, year = {2013}, title = {{N}etwork monitoring architecture based on home gateways}, author = {{C}asetti, {C}laudio and {G}runenberger, {Y}an and den {H}artog, {F}rank and {L}akhina, {A}nukool and {L}undgren, {H}enrik and {M}ilanesio, {M}arco and {P}ietilainen, {A}nna-{K}aisa and {Z}hang, {S}huang and {T}eixeira, {R}enata}, number = {EURECOM+4140}, month = {07}, institution = {Eurecom} address = {{L}isbon, {PORTUGAL}}, url = {} }