Hello! Welcome to my webpage! ;@)
This web-site is still under construction, so please bear
with me whilst I iron out the bugs and tidy up the interface (and fill
in the pages....). If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel
free to email me at email@example.com.
When finished, I hope this site will contain up to date
stuff on my degree - which, in case you haven't guessed is about networking.
Currently, my main interests are in:
- Characterising networks at Gig speed
- Characterising hosts for high speed performance
- Optimisation of High Speed Networks
- Investigating new TCP implementations; eg HSTCP, ScalableTCP, FAST
- Performance of TCP and Quality of Service
- Quality of Service and Managed Networks
- GridFTP and its role in middleware
- Dynamic network resouce allocation API's.
||Contains 'personal' information - duh! Will have loads
of pictures (as soon as i get my scanner working) and other stuff
that might interest you if you know me... or not.. like if you are
a pervert or something...
||Contains stuff that is generic, or just doesn't really
fit anywhere else. Will prob contain loads of little tips and short
||By monitoring network state with active and passive
techniques, one hopes to be able to determine certain characteristic
paths. By designing a flexible and coherent architecture for the
collection and initialisation of monitoring tools, future networks
will be able to offer middleware state information on the network
||Information about Internet (and Intranet) transport
protocols. Based heavily on the understanding and monitoring/instrumentation
of how real life TCP performs. Also includes information on new transport
protocols (Tsuami & Sabul) and adjustments to current TCP stacks
(eg HSTCP, ScalableTCP, FAST etc.) and it's performance in real networks.
||Managed Bandwidth - Next Generation is a project to
enable and quantify QoS. This page will contain specific experimental
documents and technical information.
||The new internet. This is what my PhD is based on, so
expect loads of boring info here. Also things to do with EU DataGrid
||Hmmm... don't really know yet. I'm supposed to learn
about this stuff!
At the moment.. EVERYTHING! Until I have something resembling
a stable website, this bit will prob be like this... just click on the links
and stuff and you'll probably work out the new things...
||There are many differences between IETF and implementated features
on the Linux 2.4 kernel. This highlights the main ones with performance
||A page to contain stuff and documents for my formal phd thesis. here.
||Analysis of the CERN-RAL link here.
||Implementation of a new TCP stack for GigE speeds. here.
Initial results here!
||Experimental investigation of a TCP active measurement tool. here.
||My resume is here! Check it out here
if you want to give me a job :@)
||Details of how i'm getting along. here.
||Configuration and testing of TCP/IP stacks here.
||Web100 logging program. Updated.
||'Network Calculus is a collection of results based on Min-Plus algebra,
which applies to deterministic queuing systems found in communication
||Monitoring and infering TCP from segment dumps. here.
Wed, 23 July, 2003 2:14
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