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RIPE Atlas: Presentations, Tutorials and Videos

Mirjam Kühne — 30 Jun 2016
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.


Visualising RIPE Atlas Results

A presentation given by Mikkel Mondrup from web hosting company about using RIPE Atlas data to visualise latency at DKNOG5 .

IPv6 Extension Headers in the Real World v2.0

A look at where and why packets are dropped due to extension headers from IETF 90 .

IPv6 and Path MTU Problems in Anycast Networks

A presentation by Hossein Lotfi at NANOG 60 .

FOSDEM 14 interview

The RIPE NCC’s Senior Community Builder, Vesna Manojlovic, gives an interview about her talk on RIPE Atlas at the FOSDEM 2014 event.

Large-Scale Network Measurements

A presentation by Jürgen Schönwälder and Vaibhav Bajpai at CNSM 2013 .

RaumZeitLabor video

A video presentation by Unicorn at RaumZeitLabor about RIPE Atlas (German) .

RIPE Atlas probes

A presentation by Randy Bush about RIPE Atlas at AfNOG-14 .

RIPE Atlas Probes and the User-Defined Measurements

A presentation by Stéphane Bortzmeyer about RIPE Atlas at RIPE 67 .


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"Of course we used other tools…but the RIPE Atlas project provided a lot of useful information. Thankfully this issue is now resolved and we’ve been carefully monitoring it over the last week or so."

– Nathan at FreeAgent

"We found that over 95% of the RIPE Atlas probes can now reach destinations addressed with addresses from"

– Mirjam Kühne on RIPE Labs

"We don't see evidence of widespread AAAA filtering, at least not in the networks in which RIPE Atlas probes are deployed."

- Emile Aben on RIPE Labs

"Using the raw data collected from the probes, we modeled to see if IPv6 traffic is going to the right POP and were able to identify networks that were not taking the optimum routes."

– Hossein Lotfi at EdgeCast Networks, Inc.