Vesna Manojlovic

RIPE Atlas Now Available Through RIPE NCC Access

Vesna Manojlovic
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RIPE Atlas is now accessible for all the RIPE Labs users and LIR Portal users, via "RIPE NCC Access" (single sign on system).

In the article Preparing RIPE Atlas for RIPE NCC Access we announced the introduction of our single sign on system for RIPE Atlas. This has been switched on on Tuesday, 27 March 2012.

You can now access RIPE Atlas with your RIPE Labs credentials or your LIR Portal credentials.

When you are logged in, you can go to RIPE Atlas and see the measurement data collected by all probes marked as public by the probe host. You can look at this data for an individual probe , by selecting the link to "Probes" in the menu. You can see their ping RRD graphs and traceroute data, for IPv4 and IPv6 (as shown in the image below).


Several other measurements results are accessible even if you are not logged in, since they are available to the general public and the whole Internet community:

  • Maps generated based on the data we collect, picturing the reachability or the latency from all the probes to multiple fixed destinations around the world;
  • Comparison between response times for DNS SOA queries to all the root DNS servers, for IPv4 and IPv6;
  • The distribution of the probes per AS number or per country if you choose the link to "coverage".

If you would like to collect measurements with RIPE Atlas from your location, you can volunteer to host a probe, free of charge. In order to receive a probe, you need to register .

For any questions or feedback, please leave a message under the article or send an email to .

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About the author

Vesna Manojlovic is Community Builder at RIPE NCC. Vesna joined the RIPE NCC as a Trainer in 1999. In 2003, she took responsibility for developing and delivering advanced courses, such as RPSL, Routing Registry, DNSSEC and IPv6. In 2008, she lead efforts to establish IPv6 RIPEness as a measure of IPv6 deployment among LIRs. In 2011, she joined the Science Division as Manager of the Measurements Community Building team; in 2015 she moved to Communications Department as Senior Community Builder, with a focus on organising hackathons. Vesna gives presentations at many technical conferences and workshops, and enjoys visiting hackerspaces. Vesna received a Batchelor of Sciences Degree in Computer Science and Informatics from the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade. She has three children.

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