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Authors:  (Rytis Rainys, Telecommunications Engineering Department, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania)
The present article examines the infrastructure of the Lithuanian Internet network and the
possibilities to develop an Internet monitoring system, which would provide the environment
for the regulatory authorities to monitor the state of the network and disruptions of
communication. Assessment of Lithuanian Internet network infrastructure identified that are
significantly important for the functioning of the entire country Internet network. It is
proposed to perform monitoring of the network at the critical nodes level, which would help to
collect data on the node status and errors, communication interruptions or register specific
packet flows, generated by cyber attacks. 

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