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Prepared by: Dr Shaleeza Sohail XXXXXXXXXXModerated by: Dr Fariza Sa
ina November, 2017
Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines
Trimester T1 2018
Unit Code MN504
Unit Title Networked Application Management
Assessment
Type
Group Assignment
Assessment
Title
Network Analysis using Wireshark
Purpose of the
assessment
(with ULO
Mapping)
This assignment is designed to develop deeper analytical understanding of
different distributed network conditions. At the completion of this assessment
students should be able to:
d. Analyse performance and deployment issues for networked applications;
e. Compare appropriate industry tools and techniques to manage
networked applications;
Weight 20%
Total Marks 60
Word limit 2000
Due Date XXXXXXXXXX/06/2018 11:55PM (Week 11 Friday)

Submission
Guidelines
 All work must be submitted on Moodle by the due date along with a title
Page.
 The assignment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 11-pt Cali
i (Body)
font and 2.54 cm margins on all four sides of your page with appropriate
section headings.
 Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed
appropriately at the end in a reference list using IEEE referencing style.
Extension  If an extension of time to submit work is required, a Special Consideration
Application must be submitted directly on AMS. You must submit this
application three working days prior to the due date of the assignment.
Further information is available at:
http:
www.mit.edu.au/about-mit/institute-publications/policies-
procedures-and-guidelines/specialconsiderationdeferment
Academic
Misconduct

 Academic Misconduct is a serious offence. Depending on the seriousness of
the case, penalties can vary from a written warning or zero marks to exclusion
from the course or rescinding the degree. Students should make themselves
familiar with the full policy and procedure available at:
http:
www.mit.edu.au/about-mit/institute-publications/policies-
procedures-and-guidelines/Plagiarism-Academic-Misconduct-Policy-
Procedure For further information, please refer to the Academic Integrity
Section in your Unit Description.




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Assignment Description

The aim of the assignment is to develop an analytical understanding of performance and management of
different types of networked applications. The assignment will provide an opportunity to understand network
performance and management issues of networked applications using state of the art tools. These exercises
provide an opportunity to demonstrate analytical ability of evaluating distributed systems performance,
Quality of Service and service management.

Overview and General Instructions of Assignment

Students need to form a group of two in their own lab class and inform tutor about their group during Week
7 Lab. Each group will need to capture packets on their home network and at MIT while accessing the following
websites. One website is of a news channel and the other one is a website for live streaming. The students are
equired to capture packets of multiple images from the news channel website and capture packets from the
live stream website while streaming for 10 minutes once at MIT in a group and then on their home network
individually. So at the end there will be six trace files, three for each website, two captured on MIT network
and four on students’ home networks.
The websites to access are:
http:
www.news.com.au
http:
iview.abc.net.au

The complete report must be submitted on Moodle within due date. The report has following four main
parts:

Part 1:

The first part of the report should be about general statistics of all six captures using Wireshark that must
include:

1. Time of capture
2. Total number of captured packets
3. IP addresses of the client and server

Part 2:

The second part of the report must include screen shots of packet capture, screenshots of different statistics
from Wireshark and complete analysis of those screenshots for both websites for all three networks. Only
screenshots of the graphs or other statistics will not get any marks as those must be analysed in detail to
discuss the quality of service for a particular application. The students are required to analyse the network
performance for the assigned websites considering following aspects:

1. Throughput
2. Round Trip Time
3. TCP retransmissions

While collecting statistics please make sure, you are looking at the right flow as your Wireshark file may have
packets from other applications and flows as well. Figure 1 on next page shows the throughput graph
generated by Wireshark and source and destination addresses are clearly shown. You need to collect statistics
for flows which are from server to client.

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Figure 1: Throughput Graph showing source and destination IP addresses


To see the TCP retransmissions you need to enter the following filter in Wireshark:
tcp.analysis.retransmission

Part 3:


The third part of the report is about comparing the collected Wireshark statistics of the two different
networked applications on three different networks. The throughput graphs and TCP retransmission statistics
for web page transfer and live streaming (provided in part 2) need to be compared with each other and for all
three networks. The differences of the performance to be identified and reasons must be provided for such
differences.


Part 4:


Students need to download, install, use and compare another free network performance measurement tool
from the Internet on their home computer. One possible option is Microsoft Message Analyzer from
https:
www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=44226. The tool should be used to analyse the
network traffic captured while accessing one of the news websites mentioned in Table 1. The chosen tool
should be compared with Wireshark on the basis of following criteria:


1. Ease of access and use: how easy it is to download, install and start using (any changes to be made
to the system etc.) as compared to Wireshark

2. GUI: Compare at least four GUI features of the chosen tool with Wireshark


https:
www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=44226
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3. Visualisation of traffic: After capturing packets by the chosen tool the effectiveness of the
visualisation of the network traffic should be compared with Wireshark.

4. Statistics generation: At least one statistics like throughput, RTT etc. needs to be generated by the
chosen tool and to be compared with the same generated by Wireshark.

The comparison must include screenshots for both tools (your chosen tool and Wireshark) to judge the
validity of the comparison.

Marking criteria:

Section to be included in
the report
Description of the section Marks
Introduction Outline of the assignment
Overall structure of the report

4
General Statistics For each capture following should be discussed:
1. Time of capture
2. Total number of captured packets
3. IP addresses of client and serve
9
Network Performance Screenshots and analysis of the following:
1. Throughput
2. Round Trip Time
3. TCP retransmissions
5 * 3 = 15
Comparison 1 Comparison of the throughput and TCP retransmissions
of both applications on three networks and discussion of
the reasons for the difference.

5 * 3 = 15
Comparison 2 Comparison of the chosen tool with Wireshark in terms
of:
1. Ease of access and use
2. GUI
3. Visualisation of traffic
4. Statistics generation
The screenshots for both tools should be provided

3 * 4 = 12
Conclusion Complete summary of the report specially the
comparison.

3
Reference style Follow IEEE reference style.

2
Total

60
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Marking Ru
ic for Assignment #1: Total Marks 60
Grade
Mark
HD
80%
DI
70-79%
CR
60-69%
P
50-59%
Fail
50%
Excellent Very Good Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Introduction

4
Clear and concise
outline is provided,
eport structure is
described properly
Clear outline is
provided, report
structure is
described.
Some outline is
provided, report
structure is
somewhat
discussed
Some outline is
provided,.
This is no
elevance to the
assignment
topic.
General
Statistics

9
All required aspects
are discussed
exceptionally well
All required
aspects are
discussed
Some aspects are
discussed
Very few aspects
are discussed
Not related
Network
Performance
15
All required matters
are analysed in detail
and exceptionally
well, All screen shots
are clear and
complete
Most of the
equired matters
are analysed in
detail , All screen
shots are clear
and complete
Some required
matters are
analysed in detail
and , Some
screen shots are
clear and
complete
Few of the
equired matters
are analysed
Not related
o
and
incomplete
Comparison 1

15
In detail comparison
is provided and
justification is given
exceptionally well
Some comparison
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a) GDP in income method is the sum of factor incomes
Wages+ profit + rental
= 2651+ 1687+ 482
=4820
) GDP in expenditure method
=C+I+G+NX
=585+785+3115+210+( 690-565)
=4820
c)
GNE= Household final consumption expenditure+ general government consumption expenditure+ gross capital formation
= 3115+585+ 785
=4485
d) Net Domestic product is obtained if we deduct the depreciation from GDP
NDP= GDP- depreciation
= 4820-320
=4500
e) NDP is calculated by deducting the depreciation from the GDP. NDP is an efficient measure to track the variables like potential output or the prospects of non-inflationary growth that are more relevant for new economy. Thus, NDP is the appropriate measure rather better measure than GDP to assess the economic provenance. (Span, 2003)
f) GNP= GDP + net factor income from a
oad.
GNP= GDP- net property and other income paid overseas
= 4820-34
= 4786
g) NNP= GNP- depreciation
= 4786- 320
= 4466
h) CAB= CAB = X - M + NY + NCT
= 690-565
=125
i)
Gross national savings
S= Y-C-G
= 4820- 3115- (585+210)
=910
j) Gross national savings
S= ( Y-C) + ( T-G)
= ( 4820-3115) + ( 17- 585-210)
=927
k) MPC= change in consumption/ change in GDP
0.63= change in consumption/ (4873- 4820)
0.63=change in consumption /53
Change in consumption = 53*0.63
=33.39
New consumption = 3115+ 33.39
=3148.39
l) New exports= 690+4= 694
Private sector investment = 785-3= 782
New government consumption= 585-3=582
New government investment=
210+4= 214
Y= 3115+ 782+ 582+214+694-565
=4822
GDP will increase by 4822-4820= 2 billion
a) According to ABS, a person is said to be categorized as unemployed if he simultaneously satisfies the following criteria:
i) The first criteria is ‘without work’ – this criteria would ensure the fact that unemployment and employment are mutually exclusive. If a person does not satisfy the criteria for employment then only he can classify as unemployed. Without work implies complete lack of work or paid employment or self-employment during the period of study.
ii) The second criteria signify actively seeking work. According to the primary requirement of this criteria, there must be at least one step to seek some kind of work during the reference period. The person will be considered as an active job seeker if he does something specific to obtain a job that includes registration in any employment exchange, sending the applications to the employers, checking the websites and others.
iii) The third criteria is that the person must be available for work. In order to be classified as unemployed according to ABS, a person must be available to start the work during the period of study.
Thus unemployed is defined as the person who is above the age of 15 years and satisfy all the above three criteria. (ABS, 2013)
) Frictional unemployment is inevitable because the economic conditions are flexible and changing all the times. The growth is not same in all the regions or all the firms. While some firms are growing others are shrinking. Some regions are experiencing a growth faster than other regions. Frictional unemployment takes into account the time taken for the employee to move from one job to another. Some people are not satisfied with their cu
ent jobs and in search for new jobs. Since some people switch jobs there is constant job search and some form of frictional unemployment is always present in the economy. (Sheila H. Akabas, 2005)
c) Structural unemployment occurs when the workers does not have the skill set that is required by the employer. In other words, the mis match between the skill set required by the job market and available among...
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