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Performance Comparison of Named Data and IP-based Network—Case Study on the Indonesia Higher Education Network

Nana Rachmana Syambas, Harashta Tatimma, Alvin Mustafa, and Fajar Pratama
School of Electrical and Informatics Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Jl. Ganesha 10 Bandung, Indonesia
Abstract—Internet Protocol (IP) has been a universal network layer which implements all the functionality necessary for global interconnectivity, but its point-to-point communication nature is not beneficial to the recent trends which Internet is primarily being used as a distribution network, delivering contents all over the network. Named Data Networking (NDN) is an entirely new architecture aimed to focus on the contents itself instead of the path to get the contents. This research is conducted to compare the performance of NDN to IP-based network in three parameters: throughput, packet drop, and delay. The results show in general, NDN results in lower delay because of the existence of content store. NDN can also outperforms IP in term of throughput, while in some nodes it can also gain same results with IP. Meanwhile, packet loss results in zero loss due to bandwidth channel unfully loaded. 

Index Terms— NDN, IP, QoS.

Cite: Nana Rachmana Syambas, Harashta Tatimma, Alvin Mustafa, and Fajar Pratama, " Performance Comparison of Named Data and IP-based Network—Case Study on the Indonesia Higher Education Network," Journal of Communications, vol. 13, no. 10, pp. 612-617, 2018. Doi: 10.12720/jcm.13.10.612-617.
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