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Response time measures the round-trip time delay experienced by a transaction across the network Response time most often is measured by the packet internet groper or ping utility on TCP/IP networks, and other similar utilities on other network types A ping transaction consists of an Internet Communications Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request from one IP network node to another and the echo reply sequence sent back As such, the ping measures the response time of the target
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TABLE 151 Network Performance Metrics This is a summary of the network performance metrics discussed in this chapter sorted by protocol layer in the OSI model, including a listing of how each is used to evaluate network performance
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Network Performance Measurement Data throughput Frame rate Connection Statistics Protocol Statistics Frame Length Distribution Application Response Time Data Throughput Frame Rate Node Statistics Connection Statistics Protocol Statistics Frame Length Distribution Node-to-Node Response Time Data Throughput Percentage Utilization Frame Rate Errors Broadcast and Multicast Frame Rates Note Statistics (Top Talkers) Connection Statistics Frame Length Distribution
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Use Efficiency of Application Load on Interconnect Devices Monitor Application Connections Bandwidth Consumption Application Efficiency User Response Time Efficiency of Network Layer Load on Interconnect Devices Bandwidth Consumption Bandwidth Consumption Bandwidth Consumption Network Protocol Efficiency Network Response Time Congestion of Network Media Congestion of Network Media Load on Interconnect Devices Health of Transmission Media Network/CPU Resource Drain Bandwidth Consumption Bandwidth Consumption Network Efficiency
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Addressing (Routing) Packet Fragmentation
Data Link (MAC)
Media Access Control Addressing (Physical)
IP nodes plus the network itself (meaning the Physical, Data Link, and Network protocol layers) between the two nodes The actual delay experienced by a network user or application is the network response time plus the delay through the target device, plus the delay induced by higher-layer protocols and their interactions with the Network layer Application response time can be calculated by measuring the time delay from a transaction request to the corresponding reply, at the highest protocol layer in use Application response time can be very difficult to measure and may vary considerably from application to application Table 151 presents a summary of the network performance metrics discussed in this chapter 155 Methods and Tools The two principal means of assembling the network performance metrics are protocol analyzers and distributed monitoring systems; some examples of the latter type effectively can be made part of the overall network structure
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Figure 154 This simplified block diagram of a protocol analyzer includes a capture filter for selective capture of data traffic, a circular data buffer for continuous storage of the most recent data traffic, and a display filter for selective decoding and display of captured data
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A protocol analyzer is a standalone unit that can be moved from one network segment to another relatively easily It simply attaches to the network, captures data, and analyzes information contained in the frames it captures A protocol analyzer is used as an in-depth troubleshooting tool Its primary function is to capture, decode, and display data frames and all of the information they contain at each of the various protocol layers (Figure 154) Basic functionality includes capture filtering (selectively capturing frames based on address, protocol type, pattern match, and other criteria); display filtering (selectively displaying captured frames based on address, protocol type, pattern match, and other criteria); triggering (taking a specified action based on the occurrence of some specified event); and post-capture searching and analysis functions Most protocol analyzers also analyze data traffic and report various statistics about that traffic Common statistical measurements include percentage utilization, data throughput, packet rate, error rate for a number of different error types, collision rate, top talkers, and protocol distribution These statistical measurements are particularly valuable for characterizing network performance Besides statistical analysis and data capture, some protocol analyzers provide expert analysis and other applications that are designed to help troubleshoot network problems quickly Protocol analyzers should be capable of connecting to many different network interfaces, such as Ethernet, FDDI, T1, DS3, and so on The analyzer should be able to examine all the traffic seen on the network under heavy traffic load The most stressful condition for an analyzer is determined by the frame rate, not percentage utilization, because each frame must be captured and analyzed individually An analyzer should be capable of capturing (or selectively capturing) and analyzing all the data present on the network and saving that data to a trace file
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