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Mihnea-Costin Grigore — Oct 2010
This page contains all information related to the active measurements network, RIPE Atlas.

Learn more about the RIPE Atlas active measurements network.

You can also find a collection of use cases, reviews and other articles written by RIPE Atlas users.

A RIPE Atlas View of Internet Meddling in Turkey
A RIPE Atlas View of Internet Meddling in Turkey
Emile Aben — 31 Mar 2014

In RIPE Atlas we see latencies to Google's 8.8.8.8 DNS resolver service drop in Turkey. We expect this is due to hijacking of the 8.8.8.8 service. Our measurements show a timeline of these events. Note that even when the Twitter ban had been lifted, RIPE Atlas still saw fake 8.8.8.8 DNS service active in Turkey. In the evening of 7 April the situation returned to normal.… Read more

An Updated DNS Monitoring Service
An Updated DNS Monitoring Service
Fatemah Mafi — 18 Mar 2014

Since 2003, the RIPE NCC’s DNS Monitoring Service (DNSMON), has been providing a comprehensive, objective, and up-to-date overview on the quality of the service offered by TLD and other DNS operators. Due to technical advancements and in line with our aim to provide consolidated services, we are introducing a new DNSMON, currently running in parallel with the existing, "old" one.… Read more

RIPE Atlas: Improved Probe Pages
RIPE Atlas: Improved Probe Pages
Suzanne Taylor — 28 Feb 2014

We've made it much easier to get an overview of the history and measurements for all the public probes in the RIPE Atlas network. We've also added some new functionality, such as being able to add tags to probes and mark them as "favourites". Get all the details below and then explore the new pages for yourself - and don't forget to tell us what you think.… Read more

RIPE Atlas 2013 Year in Review
RIPE Atlas 2013 Year in Review
Michela Galante — 10 Jan 2014

The RIPE NCC wishes to thank all members of the RIPE Atlas community for their participation and support. This includes RIPE Atlas probe hosts, anchor hosts, sponsoring organisations, ambassadors, users and all RIPE NCC members who support this activity. Below we describe the major achievements and changes implemented in 2013.… Read more

Proposing Making RIPE Atlas Data More Public
Proposing Making RIPE Atlas Data More Public
Vesna Manojlovic — 17 Dec 2013

RIPE Atlas is now three years old, and is moving from a prototype to production service. Based on our experience so far, observing typical usage and listening to user feedback, we suggest opening up the publication of measurement data further. In this article we aim to clarify the current situation regarding privacy, and ask for community input about our suggested plan to move forward. … Read more

Typhoon Haiyan - What we see in RIPEstat and RIPE Atlas
Emile Aben — 08 Nov 2013

As one of the strongest typhoons on record, Haiyan is feared to have a devastating effect on the Philippines. We looked for evidence of its effects on the country's core Internet infrastructure. At first glance, the typhoon's impact on core Internet infrastructure appears to be modest. This is in stark contrast with the expected humanitarian situation in the affected area.… Read more

RIPE Atlas Terms and Conditions for Anchor Hosts
Vesna Manojlovic — 03 Oct 2013

RIPE Atlas anchors is transitioning from a pilot project to a production service. As such, we want to clarify the terms and conditions that describe the use of the service and spell out both the user's and the RIPE NCC's obligations. Here we present a draft of these documents and ask for feedback, as we want to ensure we keep the community involved in every step of the process.… Read more

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RIPE Atlas - Packet Size Matters
RIPE Atlas - Packet Size Matters
Emile Aben — 02 Oct 2013

This new RIPE Labs article talks about trying to send large packets over the Internet. Above a certain size, these packets will have to be fragmented, which is known to cause problems. In both IPv4 and IPv6, we see approximately 10% of RIPE Atlas probes that are unsuccessful in pings with fragmented packets, while they don't encounter problems with smaller unfragmented packets. … Read more

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