A Novel Structural Design for Interloping Revealing and Prevention

  • Grusha Kaur Sahni, Mr. Hari Kiran


The project presents an investigation, involving experiments, which shows that current network intrusion, detection, and prevention systems (NIDPSs) have several shortcomings in detecting or preventing rising unwanted traffic and have several threats in high-speed environments. It shows that the NIDPS performance can be weak in the face of high-speed and high-load data malicious traffic in terms of packet drops, outstanding packets without analysis, and failing to detect/prevent unwanted traffic. A novel quality of service (QoS) architecture has been designed to increase the intrusion detection and prevention performance. Our research has proposed and evaluated a solution using a novel. QoS configuration in a multi-layer switch to organize packets/traffic and parallel techniques to increase the packet processing speed. The new architecture was tested under different traffic speeds, types, and tasks.

How to Cite
Grusha Kaur Sahni, Mr. Hari Kiran. (2020). A Novel Structural Design for Interloping Revealing and Prevention. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(04), 6631 - 6639. Retrieved from http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/28026