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  • Title

    Costs evaluation methodic of energy efficient computer network reengineering

  • Authors

    Nesterenko Sergiy A.
    Nesterenko Julia S.

  • Subject

    COMPUTER AND INFORMATION NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS. MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION

  • Year 2016
    Issue 2(49)
    UDC 004.7
    DOI 10.15276/opu.2.49.2016.10.A
    Pages 70-75
  • Abstract

    A key direction of modern computer networks reengineering is their transfer to a new energy-saving technology IEEE 802.3az. To make a reasoned decision about the transition to the new technology is needed a technique that allows network engineers to answer the question about the economic feasibility of a network upgrade. Aim: The aim of this research is development of methodic for calculating the cost-effectiveness of energy-efficient computer network reengineering. Materials and Methods: The methodic uses analytical models for calculating power consumption of a computer network port operating in IEEE 802.3 standard and energy-efficient mode of IEEE 802.3az standard. For frame transmission time calculation in the communication channel used the queuing model. To determine the values of the network operation parameters proposed to use multiagent network monitoring method. Results: The methodic allows calculating the economic impact of a computer network transfer to energy-saving technology IEEE 802.3az. To determine the network performance parameters proposed to use network SNMP monitoring systems based on RMON MIB agents.

  • Keywords

    IEEE 802.3az standard, analytical models, network port power consumption, SNMP-manager, RMON MIB agent

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