The Influence of WPA2 Security on the UDP performance of IPv4 and IPv6 Using 802.11n WLAN in Windows 7-Windows 2008 environment

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Kolahi, Samad
Singla, Hitesh
Ehsan, Mohd Nash
Dong, Clarence
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2011-02-16
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Conference Contribution - Paper in Published Proceedings
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TCP/UDP networks
network performance
Wi-Fi protected access II (WPA2) security
IPv4
IPv6
wireless local area networks (WLANs)
802.11n
Windows 7
Windows Server 2008
network security
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Kolahi, S. S., Singla, H., Ehsan, M. N., and Dong , C. (2011). The influence of WPA2 security on the UDP performance of IPv4 and IPv6 using 802.11n WLAN in Windows 7-Windows 2008 environment. Baltic Congress on Future Internet and Communications - BCFIC Riga , 2011 (pp 50-53).
Abstract
The impact of WPA2 security-bandwidth trade-off for IPv4 and IPv6 on wireless 802.11n network implementing Windows 7-Windows Server 2008 is investigated. The highest point of difference between open system and WPA2 for UDP was noticed at packet size 1408 bytes where IPv4 provided 31.48 Mbps and IPv6 provided 24.33 Mbps higher throughput in the open environment. The performance of IPv4 and IPv6 are also compared.
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
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10.1109/BCFIC-RIGA.2011.5733211
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
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