Amsterdam, The Netherlands
I am the maintainer and community builder of RIPE Labs. I've been working in the Internet community for over 15 years. During those years I was involved in various aspects from technology and standards to Internet governance. When I'm not busy encouraging people to join RIPE Labs, I enjoy riding my motorcycle.
Pages created by Mirjam Kühne
Browse through a collection of presentations, tutorials and videos about RIPE Atlas, from both RIPE NCC staff as well as members of the Internet community who use RIPE Atlas.
Academic researchers use RIPE Atlas data to investigate a number of topics, from Path MTU black hole detection to packet delay.
RIPE NCC developers and researchers present their own findings about a range of topics using RIPE Atlas data, from the effect of hurricanes on the Internet to examining IPv6 /48 filtering.
Hear from RIPE Atlas users about their experiences in setting up probes and measurements, and how they use RIPE Atlas data to troubleshoot and gain valuable information about their own networks.
The change to IPv6 creates new challenges to keep spam out of email. Because of the sheer size of the IPv6 space, it seems more efficient to build a domain-blocking and reputation system rather than an IP-blocking system. But how do we ensure emails over IPv6 have an authenticated domain?