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6MoNPlus: Geographically distributed Dual Stack network monitoring

Monitoring and controlling geographically distributed Dual Stack networks on the present Internet architecture is a complex task. The diffused use of Network Address Translation (NAT) and issues caused by border firewalls make remote network monitoring difficult. It is also necessary to physically be connected to the remote networks to sniff packets. There are several situations in which it is convenient to have an easy to use tool, accessible from every location, for monitoring and managing various networks, distributed in different locations, using a single management interface. This article is proposing a geographically distributed, scalable and extensible open tool for monitoring and controlling geographically distributed Dual Stack (IPv4/Ipv6) networks using a single management interface by solving the NAT traversal and firewall issues.

TNC 2016, Praga, 2016

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Tipo: Contributo in atti di convegno
Area di disciplina: Computer Science & Engineering

File: 01-paper-TNC2016-2.pdf

Attività: Dual Stack Network Monitoring