[Nfd-dev] [Operators] Spurious traffic to CSU/BYU hubs?
jdd at wustl.edu
Sun Mar 29 13:37:04 PDT 2015
Looks like you have this up right now.
I’ll take a look. Can you leave running for a while whatever you have running right now?
> On Mar 29, 2015, at 11:09 AM, Burke, Jeff <jburke at remap.ucla.edu> wrote:
> On ndnmap I am consistently seeing spurious traffic to the CSU hub. Can
> someone explain why?
> Steps to reproduce:
> - Start ndncon publisher with route via REMAP node (ndnradio example
> emailed about earlier).
> - Start ndncon consumer with route via CAIDA or UA (haven't tried others
> though using CSU as the consumer hub works)
> Results on ndnmap:
> - See ~500-1000 kb/sec traffic bidirectional from consumer to publisher.
> (e.g., CAIDA-UCLA-REMAP or REMAP-UA)
> - But, also see 100-250 kb/sec traffic from REMAP-CSU, REMAP-BYU-CSU.
> (note that traffic is asymmetric)
> Screenshot attached for consumer via CAIDA hub case.
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