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  3/10/2016 3/14/2016 3/15/2016 3/19/2016 3/20/2016 3/21/2016 3/25/2016 3/26/2016 3/28/2016
ping 9 9 23 12 19 11 28 6.1 21
speed 68.01 86.16 53.45 53.1 23.04 26.47 31.68 32.33 32.05
jitter 1 1 19 5 5 2 9 18 4

Analysis Report

The network analysis report shown above was obtained from a network with a constant network bandwidth. The results obtained depict real-time operations during normal transactions and when normal applications are running across the network. Constant type of that is wired network was used during the analysis session. Pinging delay time was about ten milliseconds.

As indicated by dates used in the figure above the results obtained were not consistent. Speed on network varied from time to time with the highest speed above 50 recorded on 10th to 19th March 2016. Relatively lower speed at a range of 30 to 35 was recorded on 25th to 28th March 2016. Lowest network speed below 30 was recorded on 20th to 21st.  According to analysis, network speed was not consistent. Network performance determines through jitter revealed relative higher reliability network throughout the month. However, utilization of network resources is relatively low and underutilized in the first half of the month. Steady utilization of network is revealed on 15th to 28th. However, there is no consistency in utilization and performance of the network. Between 19th and 28th various drawbacks o-n networks were noted including distortion of pings, loss of packets, and failure of packets reorder (Geoff H., & Telstra, 2003).

The jitter and network speed varied due to the number of network traffic. Statistics reveal that the higher the traffic the low the network speed. Many users cause delay at end points especially when real-time data and information like voice and video are running. Different environmental conditions affected the variations of results obtained. The weather conditions were not constant whereby rain, thunderstorms and lightning were experienced.

There are wide variations in results obtained. Jitter and speed vary greatly. The main reasons for variations are due to effects of large volumes of data and information transferred at different times. During an end month large number of simultaneous transactions, processes and applications are running making variations in network speed and jitter (Gilles et al., 2004).

References

Geoff H., & Telstra (2003). Measuring IP Network Performance – The Internet Protocol Journal – Volume 6, Number 1.

Gilles B., Lilian B., Marieke H., Jean-Louis L., & Traian M. (2004). Construction and Analysis of Safe, Secure, and Interoperable Smart Devices. USA: Springer



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