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Tony McGregor — Sep 2010
This data is a set of active measurements (ping/traceroute) collected by the NLANR research group. The data consists of measurements in a mesh of up to 130 vantage points and the measurements ran between 1998 and 2006. This data is useful for longitudinal study of the Internet. The data available from the RIPE Data Repository is a remastered version of the original data that was available from the NLANR website.
Data Supplier:
The NLANR Research Group
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Guo Tong says:
22 Nov, 2011 01:42 PM
I just want to use it to verify my thesis.Thang you in advance!
Arstone Bush says:
30 Nov, 2011 04:18 PM
I'm doing some research on classify network traffic flow, so I need some traffic data.
bbo says:
17 Feb, 2012 12:45 PM
I just want to use it to verify my thesis, but I cannot download these datasets. It asks me provied the username and password to load PIPE data server.
Mirjam Kühne says:
20 Feb, 2012 09:39 AM
Dear bbo,
Due to a migration to a single-sign on system we can't take new users of the data server at this point. We expect to be able to serve this data to new users mid-March 2012. In the meantime some of the NLANR data is still downloadable from
shi dong says:
23 Feb, 2012 02:01 PM
I need some traffic dataset.I will use it to identify traffic.thanks a lot
jason wu says:
23 Apr, 2012 04:16 AM
Hi, I need some traffic dataset,too. Can you give me some, thank you so much!
xiulong li says:
03 Dec, 2012 07:29 AM
I will use this dataset(NLANR,Trace) for my classify network traffic flow emperiment,Thank you!
20 Oct, 2015 04:58 PM
PLEASE I NEED THIS DATA SET FOR MY RESEARCH ON classify network traffic .....


Thank you!Thank you!
Rahul Chaudhari says:
19 Apr, 2017 07:04 AM
I was working on a project on BGplay and wanted to know from where is the data fetched from when I enter my IP Address. I want to know how can I extract the data from the web widget which displays connection to different AS'es
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