Open Access Open Access  Restricted Access Subscription or Fee Access

Improving Client Performance by Preventing Buffer Size Exhaustive

M. Prathap, D Arthi, M. Chandrasekhar


While a network is performing its tasks, the packets are captured and analyzed to estimate the traffic passing along with results displayed by the machine comprising the installed tool. It is possible to filter the network traffic to focus on the specified needed information. During the process, the experimental analysis showed the buffer utilization is done whereas the buffer usage is in critical state. This implies that if the buffer is nearing to its full capacity then it loses its efficiency by not allowing the newly arriving packet contents. However the same buffer size was used for both reading and writing operations and this itself the challenge. The buffer usage was found to be exhaustive leaving no free space for the newly incoming byte. We propose a double buffering management system whereas both the reading and writing are done simultaneously using incremental movements capable of dual operations simultaneously. The pointed bit positions are sent and the pointer is incremented till the end of the first buffer. After sending the last bit then the pointer is moved to the first bit of second buffer. This process is repeated until the last bit is sent. The obtained results are displayed showing that this system is more efficient than that of the previous system and has more packets to transact.


Buffer, byte, client, double buffer, HTTP, packet, server and traffic analysis.

Full Text:



Abbas El Gamal, James Mammen, Balaji Prabhakar, Devavrat Shah “Throughput-Delay Trade-off in Wireless Networks” IEEE INFOCOM, 2004.

Brahma, M.; Kim, K.W.; Hachimi, M.E.; Abouaissa, A.; Lorenz, P. “A Buffer and Energy Based Scheduling in Mobile Ad hoc Networks over Link Layer” Telecommunications, 2006. AICT-ICIW apos; 06. International 19-25 Feb. 2006 Page(s): 69 - 69

M. Grossglauser and D. Tse, “Mobility Increases the Capacity of Ad-hoc Wireless Networks”, IEEE INFOCOM, Anchorage, Alaska, pp.1360-1369, 2001.

M. Prathap Sri.V. Chakravarthi and Aemro Bizuneh (2005) “Performance Analysis of Throughput at BDU LAN” at ICECE 2005, Ethiopia.

Network packet analyzer: professional network analyzer colasoft capsa (version 6.9);

Kelly T. (2003). “Scalable TCP: Improving Performance in High Speed Wide Area Networks. First International Workshop on Protocols for Fast Long-Distance Networks” Geneva, Switzerland.

Stevens W. R. (1994). “TCP/IP Illustrated” Volume 1, Addison Wesley.

Li Yee-Ting, Stephen Dallison, Richard Hughes-Jones, Peter Clarke (2004) “A Systematic Analysis of High Throughput TCP in Real Network Environments”. Second International Workshop on Protocols for Fast Long-Distance Networks, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois USA.


  • There are currently no refbacks.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.