International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Analysis Study Research Paper | Computer Technology | India | Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022

Programmable Perspective and Circuits for Systematic Monitoring and Analyzing the Traffic in the Network Transmissions

Aileen Chris .P

Abstract: Monitoring the network efficiently is a part of network management in today's data networks. Traffic analysis is examining the network for the links which are getting congested and why. It is usually performed by the computers at the network's edge. It is the process of constantly observing, analyzing and managing the traffic in the network for any abnormal process or failure of the components which can affect the data flow in the network degrading the performance of the network. Analyzing the traffic in the network is important and it is performed in order to gain an accurate and deep understanding of what type of traffic/network packets or data is flowing through a network. In general, the monitoring of network is done through network monitoring software. The network administrators are aware of numerous tools which can handle the various types of network traffic and analysis. This paper has come up with a new proposal of using the programming language along with the circuits which provide greater flexibility in collecting the data by keeping both the circuit complexity of the router and the number of external analytic servers low. It allows the routers inside the network to report on their own situation.

Keywords: Traffic analysis, programming language, network traffic, network management, network monitoring software

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022,

Pages: 2051 - 2055

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