The Effect of Double Buffer Management in Packet Analysis of Adhoc Networks

  • M Prathap
  • D Arthi
  • A Rajput
  • M Chandrasekhar
Keywords: buffer, traffic analysis, packet, HTTP, server, clients, byte, double buffer.

Abstract

Managing the buffer effectively leads to increase in data transmission which in turn paves the way for network efficiency. Even fraction of a second plays vital role in network performance involving read and writes operations. The network traffic analysis could be used for various data and protocol performance including the buffer capacity. The packet flow with respect to user request applications are noted and analyzed. Initially, the packet movement in the network was monitored with only hypertext transfers using HTTP. The same movement was analyzed with respect to other file transfer applications. The number of file downloads between the HTTP server and clients are also varied to follow the behavior of data. The buf(er usage was found to be exhaustive leaving no free space for the newly incoming byte. We propose double buffering management system using incremental movements capable of dual operations simultaneously. This was analyzed and the comparative results shows that the time increase in filling the buffer capacity leads to the conclusion that more operations are done at a faster rate leaving more packets to accommodate.

Keywords: buffer, traffic analysis, packet, HTTP, server, clients, byte, double buffer.

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