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Multi-Domain Security Management Framework and Its Performance Evaluation to Protect BcN Infrastructure


Jung-Sook Jang, Yong-Hee Jeono, Jong-Soo Jang


Vol. 8  No. 1  pp. 85-95


BcN(Broadband convergence Network) is being deployed in order to support a variety of network applications, with enhanced capabilities of QoS(Quality of Service) provisioning and security, and IPv6. In a high-speed network environment such as BcN, it is more likely for the network resources to be exposed to various intrusion activities. The propagation speed of intrusion is also expected to be much faster than in the existing Internet. In this paper, we present a multi-domain security management framework which may be used for a global intrusion detection at multiple domains of BcN and describe its characteristics. For the performance evaluation, we first present test results for the security node and compare with other products. Then we design and implement an OPNET simulator for the proposed framework, and present some simulation results. In the simulation model, we focus on the performance of alert information in the security overlay network.


Broadband convergence Networks, Intrusion Detection System, Security Management, Communication Model, Performance Evaluation, Simulation.