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SURFnet's RPKI Dashboard provides network operators with a number of RPKI statistics and assists them in cleaning up possible invalid prefixes. This will ...
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Some weeks ago, we installed a reply-size tester application at the global instances of K-root. We want to make this test available to more people, in an ...
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Following my research on DNS reachability and performance, I found interesting results for specific domain names.
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We've decided to release the RIPE Atlas measurement source code for the first time.
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We continue to look at failure rates for RIPE Atlas version 3 probes and the possible causes.
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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 ...
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RIPE Atlas lets you make customised measurements from thousands of probes around the world. These measurements cost credits, which users usually earn by ...
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RIPE NCC and BBN have been working on measuring the impact of 6to4 on the latency of Internet traffic. This article describes the measurement techniques used ...
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In this article we compare RIPE Atlas deployment against user population estimates provided by APNIC to see which eyeball networks are missing out on RIPE ...
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DNS is the protocol that makes the web work. It's how we convert easy to remember names like facebook.com into hard to remember IP addresses like 157.240.1.35 ...
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