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Active IP Geolocation for Verification Host Position in Internet
Balej, Jiří ; Róka, Rastislav (referee) ; Zdrálek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Komosný, Dan (advisor)
Dissertation thesis deals with methods for finding the location of the device in the Internet, based on knowledge of the IP address. The process is called IP geolocation and is currently solved by geolocation databases or by measurement of network properties to the IP address. The disadvantage of nowadays geolocation databases is an incorrect information about some locations, because they can be in large distance from correct position. The aim of the thesis is to develop a method for verification of a position from geolocation database using delay measurement. Because of it, there is a detail analysis of influence of partial delays on the distance estimation accuracy, calculated using measured delay between the landmark and the target IP address. For the same reason, long-term delay measurement was performed, where the IP geolocation accuracy was compared using calibration data from previous measurements. On this background, Cable Length Based Geolocalisation (CLBG) method is proposed. Principle of this method is built on the properties of partial delays, which depend on the length of transport media. Firstly, the method measures round trip time (rtt), which is subsequently lowered by intermediate devices and end stations delay. The geographical distance is estimated using signal speed in the transport media. Further, the winding media parameter is established, which is used to determine a constraint around the landmark. The intersection of all constraints defines the area, where the target IP is. The IP geolocation using CLBG gives better results than simpler methods (ShortestPing, GeoPing and SOI), in comparison with more advanced methods (CBG and Octant) the accuracy is similar. The disadvantage of the CLBG method is the size of region, where the target lies, but this is due to its purpose. The position found in geolocation database can be checked by evaluation if it lies in the region.
Geographic location of PlanetLab servers
Iľko, Pavol ; Balej, Jiří (referee) ; Komosný, Dan (advisor)
This thesis deals with accuracy of location of nodes in experimental network PlanetLab. Thesis is devided into a theoretical and a practical part. Theoretical part consists of the description of network PlanetLab, its brief history and current projects. At the same time, Google Maps framework, which is later employed in the practical part, is described. Practical part describes the functionality of the application aimed at validation of location accuracy. Nextly, the application measuring latency of node to SSH is also described, as well as the map which contains PlanetLab nodes located in Europe. Applications and obtained data are attached on CD disk.
Social-based Forwarding in IP Networks
Němec, Jan ; Balej, Jiří (referee) ; Hošek, Jiří (advisor)
This barchelor thehis focuses on problematics of data routing in mobile networks. First part of the work focuses on mobile networks and description of DTN and opportunistic networks. In next part of this work are described routing protocols which fits the concept of routing based on social status. Last part of the work focuses on design and realization of the chosen protocol from the previous part.
Analysis of the communication path attributes for IP geolocation
Rajnoha, Martin ; Komosný, Dan (referee) ; Balej, Jiří (advisor)
The aim of this thesis was to study current resources to find location of stations in the network Internet, mainly active methods that are based on delay measurements. Describe origin of the delay and its parts. Next create an application that is able remotely measure the delay between stations and convert this delay to distance. Aplication calculate geographic position of station on based this distances. For measurement was used experimental network PlanetLab.
Geolocation of Internet nodes using IP address analysis
Henek, Jan ; Balej, Jiří (referee) ; Komosný, Dan (advisor)
Tato práce se zabývá problematikou určování fyzické polohy pomocí rozboru IP adresy. Zkoumanou metodou geolokace je databáze Whois. Práce je rozdělena na teoretickou část – která obsahuje obecný popis geolokačních metod, práce se souřadnicemi a výpočtem vzdáleností na zemi, a na praktickou část – kde je popsán program využívající Whois k nalezení stanice. Na závěr jsou předloženy a komentovány výsledky měření přesnosti databáze Whois, a také porovnány s jinými metodami geolokace. Aplikace je přiložena na CD.
Intrusion prevention system for network security
Popovec, Juraj ; Verner, Lukáš (referee) ; Balej, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis describes mostly used technologies and methods used for securing computer networks. In detail discusses detection and intrusion prevention system (IPS) issues. Includes laboratory excercise for configuring packet firewall and the second excercise, which simulates securing organization network by firewall with intrusion and prevention system technology.
Current methods for geolocation of Internet hosts
Doležel, Pavel ; Müller, Jakub (referee) ; Balej, Jiří (advisor)
This bachelor work deals with IP geolocation, which means the estimation of geographical location of unknown host in the Internet. The aim of my thesis was to make a delay measurement in PlanetLab Network and then with the use of GeoPing technique estimate the real location of the target. The main part of this work is focused on several different delay-based methods, especially GeoPing which employs „Nearest Neighbor in Delay Space“ algorithm in order to exploit the relationship between network delay and geographic location. Base ground for GeoPing is a database of the machines at known location. This database is composed of 9 probe machines, 260 hosts is used like a landmarks and targets. Estimation of unknown geographical location was done on 60 hosts.
Size of delay of active network devices
Bednár, Jakub ; Komosný, Dan (referee) ; Balej, Jiří (advisor)
The aim of this thesis was to study the properties of the active network elements (routers, switches) and to find out what factors affect the size of their latency. Furthermore, the objective was to choose the most appropriate method for measuring latency of the available active network devices depending on the device load, packet size and the configuration of devices. For measuring latency I used the simple script in the operating system Linux and program called PING.
Optimization of signalization channel for Internet television
Matej, Michal ; Balej, Jiří (referee) ; Müller, Jakub (advisor)
The aim of this Bachelor's thesis is to propose a mechanism for optimizing the signaling channel in case of Feedback Target overload in hierarchical aggregation tree. Consequently to this verify the implementation of this mechanism in simulation environment of Java and to achieve the balance load among Feedback Targets. The theoretical part discusses the significant differences between traditional television transmission and television transmitted via the IP protocol, the methods of data transmission in IP network and key protocol called Tree Transmission Protocol working on the application layer of TCP/IP model. In this part there are explained the concepts of hierarchical aggregation of feedback channel such as Feedback Target Manager, Feedback Target, as well as packets FTD, FTS, and FTI.
Managing Planetlab nodes
Chupáč, Michal ; Balej, Jiří (referee) ; Müller, Jakub (advisor)
Bachelor’s thesis is focused on maintaining and managing PlanetLab nodes from one place. Introductory chapter contains process of network access creation and other important information and guidance. Following part involves remote access thru command prompt by program CoDeploy. This program is used for parallel command execution and file upload to multiple nodes. The thesis contains installation and configuration manual for applications CoDeploy, Plush and Nebula, description of their functions and practical usage in PlanetLab network environment. Section about graphic user interface Nebula deals with module for XML application development. Part with PlMan software alternative for Windows is also completely made out. Ending of the thesis is focused on CoMon monitoring system, its functions, elements and practical application in network.

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