Auto Adaptive Identification Algorithm Based on Network Traffic Flow
Keywords:Traffic identification, Internet Service Provider (ISP), Auto Adaptive algorithm (AA), asymmetry routing
Traffic identification is a key task for any Internet Service ProviderÂ (ISP) or network administrator. Machine learning method is an important researchmethod on traffic identification, while impact of the asymmetry router on the Â trafficÂ identification is considered, so this paper analyzes the impact of asymmetry routingÂ on traffic identification, and proposes an effective method to decrease the impact,Â and experimental results show the auto adaptive algorithm can improve the trafficÂ identification.
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