ADM AniNAT is a high-performance logger of network address translation machine records containing the information about each and every fact of conversion of private subscriber's address into a public one. The data is collected in real-time and is immediately available through a WEB-interface.
|Data import speed||up to 2 million records per second on 1 server|
|Data processing speed||up to 300 thousand messages RADIUS, NetFlow, Syslog per second|
|Total cluster capacity||dozens of petabytes|
|Hardware requirements||standard COTS servers|
ADM AntiNAT is connected to the provider network via the following interfaces: Syslog or Netflow and RADIUS.
Via the RADIUS interface and RADIUS Accounting, AntiNAT retrieves information on subscriber data (MSISDN, IMSI, IMEI, etc.) and the allocation of IP addresses to the network subscribers. Besides that, Accounting-Request Stop messages notify the system of the end of a subscriber's session, i.e. of the termination of the address lease. In this diagram, the RADIUS client is a GGSN/PDN GW device and the RADIUS server is AntiNAT. On default AntiNAT works in Carbon Copy mode, i.e. it does not respond to the network on its RADIUS queries.
Information about the process of address translation for each TCP and UDP session is transferred via Syslog or Netflow interface.
of dynamic IPv4-addresses of subscribers
of mobile and fixed-line communication networks
and deallocation of addresses via
allocation and subscriber (temporary
owner of the address) data
by NAT system for each TCP
and UDP session
translations by NAT system via such
interfaces as syslog and netflow
translations with the data of a subscriber -
temporary owner of the address
storage of received log files
translations and subscriber data
via a WEB interface
of information by key fields
of a log file
in storage for the prevention of
disk drive overfilling
program and hardware components
system via SNMP