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Measuring SIP Proxy Server Performance

Author: Sureshkumar V Subramanian; Rudra Dutta
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013.
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Internet Protocol (IP) telephony is an alternative to the traditional Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTN), and the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is quickly becoming a popular signaling protocol for VoIP-based applications. SIP is a peer-to-peer multimedia signaling protocol standardized by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), and it plays a vital role in providing IP telephony services through its  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Subramanian, Sureshkumar V.
Measuring SIP Proxy Server Performance.
Dordrecht : Springer, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sureshkumar V Subramanian; Rudra Dutta
ISBN: 9783319009902 3319009907
OCLC Number: 858763936
Notes: 9.4.8 Regression Analysis of CPU Utilization (WAN).
Description: 1 online resource (211 pages)
Contents: About the Authors; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Acronyms; Chapter1 Introduction; 1.1 Contributions; 1.2 Structure of the Book; Chapter2 PSTN and VoIP Services Context; 2.1 SS7 and PSTN Services Context; 2.1.1 PSTN Architecture; 2.1.2 PSTN Call Setup; 2.2 SIP and IP Telephony Services Context; 2.2.1 IP Telephony Services; 2.2.2 SIP Notations and Terminologies; 2.2.3 SIP Architecture; 2.2.4 SIP Session Setup Within Same Domain; 2.2.5 SIP Security; Chapter3 Related Work; Chapter4 Performance Measurements of M/M/1 and M/D/1 Based SPS; 4.1 Motivation. 4.2 M/M/1 Model Emulation4.3 Hardware and Lab Setup; 4.4 Experiment Procedure; 4.5 Predictions from M/M/1 Network Model; 4.6 Proposed M/D/1 Mathematical Model Formulation; 4.7 Predictions from M/D/1 Models; 4.8 Comparative Study on Absolute Performance of the SPS; 4.9 Concluding Remarks; Chapter5 SPS Software Architecture Study; 5.1 Address Translation; 5.2 Next-Hop Routing; 5.3 IP Resolution; 5.4 SPS Components; 5.5 SPS Key Functions; Chapter6 Measurements and Analysis of M/M/c Based SPS Model; 6.1 Motivation; 6.2 Proposed M/M/c Based SPS Model; 6.3 Experiment Lab Setup. 6.4 Experiment Procedure6.5 Predictions of M/M/c Model; 6.6 Scalability of M/M/c Based SPS; 6.7 Comparative Study on Absolute Performance of SPS; 6.8 Overall Comparison of All Three Performance Models; 6.9 Concluding Remarks; Chapter7 Performance of the SPS in LAN and WAN Environment; 7.1 Empirical Study of Call Hold Time in SPS Performance; 7.1.1 Key Findings from the Empirical Study; 7.2 Motivation; 7.3 SIP Session Setup in Different Domain; 7.4 Experiment Lab Setup; 7.5 Experiment Procedure; 7.6 Predicted Results; 7.7 Comparative Study on Absolute Performance of a SIP Proxy Server. 7.8 Concluding RemarksChapter8 SPS Performance Overheads with SIP Security; 8.1 Motivation; 8.2 UDP/TCP Based Non-secure SIP Session Setup; 8.3 TLS Based Secured SIP Session Setup; 8.4 Experiment Setup; 8.5 Experiment Procedure; 8.6 Empirical Study of the SPS Performance with Non-secure and Secure Transport Protocols; 8.7 Concluding Remarks; Chapter9 Statistical Analysis of Experimental Data Sets; 9.1 Interpretation of Linear Regression Analysis Results; 9.2 Regression Analysis on Data Set 1; 9.2.1 Regression Analysis of ART; 9.2.2 Regression Analysis of MNC. 9.2.3 Regression Analysis of Server Utilization9.3 Regression Analysis on Data Set 2; 9.3.1 Regression Analysis of ART; 9.3.2 Regression Analysis of MNC; 9.3.3 Regression Analysis of SU; 9.4 Regression Analysis on Data Set 3; 9.4.1 Regression Analysis of Call Setup Time (LAN); 9.4.2 Regression Analysis of Queue Size (LAN); 9.4.3 Regression Analysis of Memory Utilization (LAN); 9.4.4 Regression Analysis of CPU Utilization (LAN); 9.4.5 Regression Analysis of Call Setup Time (WAN); 9.4.6 Regression Analysis of Queue Size (WAN); 9.4.7 Regression Analysis of Memory Utilization (WAN).

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Internet Protocol (IP) telephony is an alternative to the traditional Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTN), and the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is quickly becoming a popular signaling protocol for VoIP-based applications. SIP is a peer-to-peer multimedia signaling protocol standardized by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), and it plays a vital role in providing IP telephony services through its use of the SIP Proxy Server (SPS), a software application that provides call routing services by parsing and forwarding all the incoming SIP packets in an IP telephony network. SIP Pr.

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