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2 Player Game

Date: 16/07/02
Server: Xbox A
Map: Battle Creek
Game Type: Slayer
Duration: 27mins

Inter-packet Arrival Times
Figure 2.

Figure 3.

For traffic flowing from the Server (Xbox A) to the Client (Xbox B), it can be observed from Figures 2 and 3 that there is only one dominant Inter-packet arrival time at 40ms. It is also interesting to note that approximately 1% of packets are sent back to back (Figure 3).

Figure 4.

Figure 5.

For the Client (Xbox B), it can be observed from Figures 4 and 5 that there is one dominant Inter-packet arrival at 40ms with a low distribution of packets arriving between 0ms and 40ms.
Packet Lengths
Server packet lengths were consistently 160 bytes.
Client packet lengths were 72 bytes 16.55% of the time and 112 bytes for the remaining period.
Packets Per Game

Total Packets from Server Console: 41238
Total Packets from Client Console: 49401



 

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