A Study of the Performance Simulation of a File Server Configured Micro-LAN
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This report describes the development of a simulation-based performance evaluation techniques for micro-LAN systems. The objective of the simulation is to predict network performance characteristics such as response time and CPU utilization, under varying traffic conditions and different LAN configurations. A model is developed which reliably predicts file-server network performance. The general applicability of this model provides LAN users with a powerful tool for predicting and analyzing system behavior.