Nevil Brownlee
Nevil Brownlee
Associate Professor of Computer Science, The University of Auckland
Verified email at auckland.ac.nz
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Is p2p dying or just hiding?[p2p traffic measurement]
T Karagiannis, A Broido, N Brownlee, KC Claffy, M Faloutsos
IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, 2004. GLOBECOM'04. 3, 1532-1538, 2004
7212004
Should internet service providers fear peer-assisted content distribution?
T Karagiannis, P Rodriguez, K Papagiannaki
Proceedings of the 5th ACM SIGCOMM conference on Internet Measurement, 6-6, 2005
4862005
Understanding Internet traffic streams: dragonflies and tortoises
N Brownlee, KC Claffy
IEEE Communications magazine 40 (10), 110-117, 2002
3982002
Traffic flow measurement: Architecture
N Brownlee, C Mills, G Ruth
RFC 2722, 1999
3911999
Architecture for IP flow information export
G Sadasivan, N Brownlee, B Claise, J Quittek
draft-ietf-ipfix-architecture-12 (work in progress), 2006
2072006
Comparison of public end-to-end bandwidth estimation tools on high-speed links
A Shriram, M Murray, Y Hyun, N Brownlee, A Broido, M Fomenkov
International Workshop on Passive and Active Network Measurement, 306-320, 2005
2032005
File-sharing in the Internet: A characterization of P2P traffic in the backbone
T Karagiannis, A Broido, N Brownlee, K Claffy, M Faloutsos
University of California, Riverside, USA, Tech. Rep, 2003
1342003
DNS measurements at a root server
N Brownlee, KC Claffy, E Nemeth
GLOBECOM'01. IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (Cat. No. 01CH37270 …, 2001
1182001
Passive monitoring of DNS anomalies
B Zdrnja, N Brownlee, D Wessels
International Conference on Detection of Intrusions and Malware, and …, 2007
1162007
Traffic flow measurement: Experiences with NeTraMet
N Brownlee
RFC 2123, March, 1997
1121997
Traffic flow measurement: Meter MIB
N Brownlee
RFC 2720, October, 1999
1091999
Expectations for computer security incident response
N Brownlee, E Guttman
BCP 21, RFC 2350, June, 1998
109*1998
The RTT distribution of TCP flows on the Internet and its impact on TCP based flow control
S Shakkottai, N Brownlee, A Broido
Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA), 2004
962004
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T Karagiannis, A Broido, N Brownlee
Faloutsos,“Is P2P dying or just hiding, 1532-1538, 2004
742004
SRL: A language for describing traffic flows and specifying actions for flow groups
N Brownlee
RFC 2723, October, 1999
701999
Measurements and laboratory simulations of the upper DNS hierarchy
D Wessels, M Fomenkov, N Brownlee
International Workshop on Passive and Active Network Measurement, 147-157, 2004
652004
RTFM: New attributes for traffic flow measurement
S Handelman, S Stibler, N Brownlee, G Ruth
Request for Comments 2724, 1999
651999
Two days in the life of the DNS anycast root servers
Z Liu, B Huffaker, M Fomenkov, N Brownlee
International Conference on Passive and Active Network Measurement, 125-134, 2007
602007
Observations of UDP to TCP ratio and port numbers
DJ Lee, BE Carpenter, N Brownlee
2010 Fifth International Conference on Internet Monitoring and Protection …, 2010
582010
IP flow information export (IPFIX) applicability
T Zseby, E Boschi, N Brownlee, B Claise
RFC 5472 (Informational), Internet Engineering Task Force, 2009
582009
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