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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v73.i17.60
pages 1583-1594

ESTIMATION OF THE ILL-INTENTIONED TRAFFIC EFFECT UPON FUNCTIONING OF COMPUTING GRIDS

D.A. Zaitsev
International humanitian university, 33, Fontanskaya doroga Str., Odesa, 65009, Ukraine
T.R. Shmelyova
International humanitian university, 33, Fontanskaya doroga Str., Odesa, 65009, Ukraine
V. Retschitzegger
International humanitian university, 33, Fontanskaya doroga Str., Odesa, 65009, Ukraine
B. Proll
International humanitian university, 33, Fontanskaya doroga Str., Odesa, 65009, Ukraine

ABSTRACT

A rectangular communication grid model was constructed in the form of a colored Petri net as a composition of submodes of terminal devices producing and consuming packets and communication devices switching packets for their delivery among terminal devices. The model was supplied with traffic guns simulating ill-intended traffic. Via simulation in CPN Tools it was shown that a traffic duel of a pair of guns brings the grid to a full deadlock with less than five percent of the peak load. Thus, the vulnerability of grids to traffic attacks was revealed. The future work is aimed to resist the attacks.


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