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Join the IoT Hackathon Rotterdam 2019

Vesna Manojlovic

The tenth RIPE NCC Hackathon takes on the Internet of Things (IoT)! Join us on 12-13 October 2019 in Rotterdam.

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A Glimpse into New Internet Research at IEEE ISCC

Gergana Petrova

This year’s Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC) touched on many topics such as edge and fog, new challenges related to smart computing and networking, big data computing and communications performance. Read on to see a few highlights.

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The Tale of Website Popularity Rankings: An Extensive Analysis

How reliable are the website popularity rankings like the Alexa top one million that many of us use in our research? We analysed four ranking lists and discovered the impact they have on research results and how easily they can be manipulated. For this reason, we created Tranco, a new improved p…

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BGP Zombies

Romain Fontugne

When withdrawing an IP prefix from the Internet, an origin network sends BGP withdraw messages, which are expected to propagate to all BGP routers that hold an entry for that IP prefix in their routing table. Yet network operators occasionally report issues where routers maintain routes to IP prefi…

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BGP Communities - A Weapon for the Internet (Part 2)

Florian Streibelt

This is the second of two articles in which we present a new attack vector on the routing infrastructure of the Internet using BGP communities.

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BGP Communities - A Weapon for the Internet (Part 1)

Florian Streibelt

This is the first of two articles in which we present a new attack vector on the routing infrastructure of the Internet using BGP communities.

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Statistical Characterisation of RTT Series

Maxime Mouchet

Statistical characterisation of Round Trip Times (RTT) series is useful for network management. For example, if several paths are available between a source and a destination, say in a routing overlay context, it may be useful to select the path dynamically based on some inference on the current Qu…

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Is the Internet Running Late?

Geoff Huston

Computers have always had clocks. Well maybe not clocks as you might think, but digital computers have always had oscillators, and if you hook the oscillator to a simple counter then you have a clock.

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When the Internet Goes Down: Tracking Edge Outages at Scale

Philipp Richter

Uninterrupted availability of the Internet has become increasingly critical these days, not just for end users but also for service providers who need to meet Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Yet, outages affecting end-user connectivity are widespread, whether they be unintentional fibre cuts, natu…

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