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Guy Riddle, Robert L Packer: Method for automatically classifying traffic in a packet communications network. Packeteer, Kenneth R Allen, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, June 25, 2002: US06412000 (239 worldwide citation)

In a packet communication environment, a method is provided for automatically classifying packet flows for use in allocating bandwidth resources by a rule of assignment of a service level. The method comprises applying individual instances of traffic classification paradigms to packet network flows ...


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Robert L Packer: System for managing flow bandwidth utilization at network, transport and application layers in store and forward network. Packeteer, Kenneth R Allen, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, April 4, 2000: US06046980 (230 worldwide citation)

In a packet communication environment, a method is provided for classifying packet network flows for use in determining a policy, or rule of assignment of a service level, and enforcing that policy by direct rate control. The method comprises applying individual instances of traffic objects, i.e., p ...


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Michael Robert Morford: Methods, apparatuses and systems facilitating concurrent classification and control of tunneled and non-tunneled network traffic. Packeteer, Mark James Spolyar, January 29, 2008: US07324447 (213 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatuses and systems facilitating the concurrent classification and control of tunneled and non-tunneled data flows in a packet-based computer network environment. As discussed in more detail below, embodiments of the present invention allow for the “intra-tunnel” classification of data ...


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Mark Urban, Simon Adrian Jackson, Daniel Jose Lopez Perez, Christian Hoareau, Martin Briand Sjoestroem, Rene Arvin: Adaptive correlation of service level agreement and network application performance. Packeteer, Baker Botts L, October 26, 2010: US07822837 (190 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatuses and systems directed to adaptive monitoring of network application performance. In one implementation, the present invention improves processes used by enterprises to track, manage, and troubleshoot performance of network applications across distributed networks. In one implemen ...


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Suresh Muppala: Coordinated environment for classification and control of network traffic. Packeteer, Baker Botts L, June 22, 2010: US07742406 (186 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatuses and systems directed to the coordinated classification of network traffic. In one implementation, the present invention enables a coordinated network environment for traffic classification where an upstream network device classifies a data flow and adds traffic class information ...


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Robert L Packer: Method for rapid data rate detection in a packet communication environment without data rate supervision. Packeteer, Kenneth R Allen, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, September 1, 1998: US05802106 (167 worldwide citation)

A method for data flow rate detection useful with data flow rate control is introduced into a TCP packet communication environment which does not have data rate supervision by computing presumed speed based on latency between packets during the initial interchange of synchronization (SYN) packet and ...


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Sanjeev K Mishra, Farzad Ghannadian, Li Fang: Method and system for dynamically capturing flow traffic data. Packeteer, Baker Botts L, August 25, 2009: US07580356 (164 worldwide citation)

An exemplary embodiment provides for a method for recording network traffic data that can be used in a network device operably disposed in a network, wherein the network device comprises a measurement data structure including at least one entry and a corresponding measurement key and wherein the at ...


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Derek Leigh Lownsbrough, Edward G Bruck: Methods, apparatuses and systems facilitating classification of web services network traffic. Packeteer, Baker Botts L, August 10, 2010: US07774456 (161 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatuses and systems that facilitate the classification of web services network traffic. In one implementation, the present invention processes interface definitions corresponding to a given Web service to construct a traffic classification configuration for the Web service, including on ...


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Li Fang, Mary Louise Laier: Adaptive network traffic compression mechanism including dynamic selection of compression algorithms. Packeteer, Baker Botts L, September 2, 2008: US07420992 (146 worldwide citation)

An adaptive compression mechanism that dynamically selects compression algorithms applied to network application traffic to improve performance. One implementation includes an arbitration scheme that reduces the impact on computing resources required to analyze different compression algorithms for d ...


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Michael Robert Morford: Methods, apparatuses and systems facilitating concurrent classification and control of tunneled and non-tunneled network traffic. Packeteer, Baker Botts L, August 17, 2010: US07778176 (146 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatuses and systems facilitating the concurrent classification and control of tunneled and non-tunneled data flows in a packet-based computer network environment. As discussed in more detail below, embodiments of the present invention allow for the “intra-tunnel” classification of data ...