Tcpdump traces from Korean Mobile WiMAX gaming network.
These tcpdump traces were captured by Xiaofei Wang at Seoul National University during the study of online gaming via Korean WiBro (Mobile WiMAX) network.
date/time of measurement start: 2008-12-19
date/time of measurement end: 2009-04-13
collection environment: The measurement device is an Apple Macbook Pro with Intel Core 2 Duo CPU T8300, 2G RAM, and Nvidia 8800GT graphic card. The Macbook is equipped with a USB dongle based WiMAX network interface card (NIC). Also the XRO7000 Diagnostic Monitor from the XRONet is used in order to capture low layer behaviors of WiMAX. For higherlayer measurement, tcpdump-based Wireshark and TCPTrace are used.
data collection methodology: In order to comprehensively evaluate WoW performance via WiMAX, three routes in Seoul were chosen:
1) subway: subway line 2, one of the most popular metro lines in Seoul. In the subway line 2, one WiMAX BS is deployed at almost every subway station, and one or more repeaters are installed along the subway tunnel between adjacent stations to enhance the radio signal between SSs and BSs. Hence, whenever, he subway trains moves across between two stations, there should be HO(s).
2) bus: bus 501 from Seoul National University (SNU) to Seoul Railway Station; this route passes by a few university campuses, several apartment complexes, one tunnel, the Han River bridge, shopping malls, etc. While the bus goes through the Seoul metropolitan area, the SS inside the bus performs HOs among BSs.
3) Campus: the WoW performance is measured inside the SNU campus, where only one BS and a few repeaters cover the entire area.
sanitization: The payload was cutoff by resampling (tcpreplay and tcpdump), and the header was anonymized by tcprewrite.
Tcpdump traces from Korean Mobile WiMAX gaming network
- file: wow_via_wimax.tar.gz
- wow_via_wimax: Tcpdump traces captured by Xiaofei Wang at Seoul National University during the study of online gaming via Korean WiBro (Mobile WiMAX) network.
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Xiaofei Wang, snu/wow_via_wimax, https://doi.org/10.15783/C75C7N , Date: 20091019
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