Touch Angchuan

Touch Angchuan
Prince of Songkla University · Department of Computer Engineering

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Anomaly detection has emerged as a popular technique for detecting malicious activities in local area networks (LANs). Various aspects of LAN anomaly detection have been widely studied. Nonetheless, the privacy concern about individual users or their relationship in LAN has not been thoroughly explored in the prior work. In some realistic cases, th...
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In order to reach the customers thoroughly, internet contents need to support both IPv4 and IPv6. In this case, ISPs should provide their customers with IPv4 and IPv6 access seriously until the IPv4 is disabled eventually. Each transition solution needs to concern not only high working performance but also network supporting in the future. This pap...
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Network mobility (NEMO) basic support protocol is an extension mobile IPv6. NEMO signaling is performed with extended mobile IPv6 messages. NEMO basic support protocol is concerned with managing the mobility of an entire network, it provides for devices or vehicles which move to another point of attachment to the Internet. NEMO can maintain session...
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During the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 a mobile node may be required to move from an IPv4 only to an IPv6 only network, or vice versa. This causes problems for mobile IP nodes. In this paper we examine those problems and suggest some possible solutions to permit a mobile node to move between IP protocol versions.
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This work investigates Network Address Translation – Protocol Translation (NAT-PT) as an IPv4/IPv6 transition technique. NAT-PT is adequate for unicast communication, however, there is no provision for multicast address mapping. This paper presents a solution to improve NAT-PT by adding support for multicast. As a result, NAT-PT can provide multica...
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In this paper, we propose QROUTE, an integrated framework for QoS-guaranteed multicast routing, in which a feasible multicast tree meeting multiple QoS constraints can be constructed in a distributed fashion using local states at routers. Compared with existing QoS-based multicast routing protocols, QROUTE is much simpler to design and implement; a...
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We propose QROUTE, an integrated framework for QoS-guaranteed multicast, in which a feasible multicast tree meeting multiple QoS constraints can be constructed in a distributed fashion using local states at routers. The simplicity in the design and implementation of QROUTE has been demonstrated by prototyping a router testbed, whose measured perfor...
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QROUTE is a QoS guaranteed constraint-based routing protocol supporting both unicast and multicast within the same routing framework. We present an implementation of a prototype of QROUTE under LINUX, focusing on its unicast aspect. We describe the details of the modification to LINUX for supporting QROUTE protocol stack which can coexist with othe...
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The main goal of QoS multicast routing is to construct a multicast connection (usually in the form of a shared tree) meeting multiple QoS constraints. Unfortunately, QoS routing is generally a NP-complete problem when there are multiple routing objectives to meet. In this paper, we propose a new QoS multicast routing protocol, in which a multicast...