Changes between Version 33 and Version 34 of GEC13Agenda/EveningDemoSession


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    179179 In today’s world the Internet is an environment where people not only communicate but also share knowledge, do business, attend school, and even socialize. As a result of growing dependence on the Internet, one of the biggest concerns of Internet users is security. Unfortunately, the number of security incidents increases exponentially every year. A Distributed Denial-of-Service attack (DDoS attack) disables network services to legitimate users by flooding them. The recent attacks on trusted financial websites, Mastercard and !PayPal, are an example of the need for security against DDoS attacks. One of the major problems with Distributed Denial of Service attacks is how difficult it is to detect the source of the attack, because of the many components involved. There are two studies of DDoS attacks that we are currently investigating and have presented in the demo session of GEC13. In the first study, we obtain the Internet traffic signature to use as background traffic in future experiments. By using real background traffic we will investigate the effectiveness of theoretical DDoS Attack detection techniques on GENI. You can access our poster : [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GEC13Agenda/EveningDemoSession/GEC13_DDoS_Clemson.pdf Performance Analysis of DDoS Detection Algorithms on Operational Network GEC13 Poster]. In the second study we are investigating how one can manipulate system parameters of the Bandwidth Contention Resolution process of WiMAX to adversely affect user throughput and packet-loss rate and potentially use the parameters to implement a DDoS attack. Please see our [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GEC13Agenda/EveningDemoSession/WiMAX_DDoS_Clemson.png WiMAX DDoS] poster presented on this topic.
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    181 === Demonstration of robust delivery services and multi-homing in !MobilityFirst FIA ===
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    183  Demonstrates benefits of a generalized storage-aware routing protocol (GSTAR), which uses in-network storage and smart route selection to handle disconnections and intermittent bad access links to efficiently deliver data to multi-homed (!WiFi, WiMAX) mobile devices.
     181=== Demonstration of Robust Delivery Services and Multi-homing in !MobilityFirst FIA ===
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     183 Demo Participants: Kai Su, Feixiong Zhang, Chunhui Zhang*, Kiran Nagaraja, Ivan Seskar, Dipankar Raychaudhuri
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     185 Affiliation: WINLAB, Rutgers University. *University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
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     187 Poster: [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GEC13Agenda/EveningDemoSession/MobilityFirst_RobustDelivery_GEC13Poster.pdf PDF] 
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     189 We demonstrate the benefits of a generalized storage-aware routing protocol (GSTAR) for the future mobile-heavy Internet. The protocol exploits in-network storage to address intermittent access-link qualities and mobile-node disconnections to efficiently and reliably deliver data to end nodes. This is done by taking advantage of storage resources at routers, where local Store-or-Forward decisions are made to address unfavorable link conditions. The protocol's feature of dynamic path choices while delivering to multi-homed (!WiFi, WiMAX access networks) devices (with converged stack) is also presented in this demonstration. In this demo, we use nodes from the GENI Mesoscale deployment and the GENI/ORBIT outdoor testbed at WINLAB (Rutgers University). More information on !MobilityFirst FIA project can be found here: [http://mobilityfirst.winlab.rutgers.edu/ http://mobilityfirst.winlab.rutgers.edu/]
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    185192=== !WiRover/WiMAX demo ===