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- Joint MAMI/MONROE workshop on Mobile Network Measurements (MNM’17) held on June 20 in Dublin
- QUIC Interim WG Meeting, Paris, June 6-8
- Chasing the Big NAT across Europe and the U.S. with NAT Revelio
- What happened at IETF98 in Chicago, March 26-31?
Author Archives: Brian Trammell
Two weeks ago, 16-21 July 2017, the IETF returned to Prague, as it apparently does every few years now, and the MAMI project went with it. As with last summer’s IETF (96, in Berlin), our meeting started a day early … Continue reading
The QUIC transport protocol, developed by Google and currently under standardization in the IETF, is of central interest to our project. QUIC is an encrypted transport protocol encapsulated in UDP, as those we aim to support with our MCP; indeed, … Continue reading
MAMI partner ETH Zürich hosted a small workshop last month to discuss a topic central to our vision: how to move network programming beyond the 1980s-era BSD sockets API. The workshop had two main goals. First, to sync up and share concepts … Continue reading
As part of our continued effort to measure Internet path transparency with PathSpider, we’ve taken a look at the state of deployment and potential impairments to TCP Fast Open. TCP Fast Open is an extension to TCP that allows data to be … Continue reading
Comparability of measurements and repeatability of experiments is key to science, and active Internet measurement studies are no different. Active measurement studies need not only open descriptions of the experiment (preferably with open source code and analysis, as we use … Continue reading
MAMI was represented by ETH Zürich at the 97th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force in Seoul. The biggest news this time around was the first meeting of the QUIC working group, which will standardize a next-generation, encrypted transport protocol … Continue reading
The MAMI project was out in force at last week’s IETF 96 meeting in Berlin. The Measurement and Analysis for Protocols Research Group, founded by MAMI partner ETH and chaired by coordinator Mirja Kühlewind and external advisor Dave Plonka from Akamai, … Continue reading
One of the primary goals of MAMI’s measurement work is to quantify path transparency in the Internet: how likely a given transport protocol or feature is to work on which paths, and how these features break. Earlier work by MAMI partners ETH … Continue reading
MAMI was represented at RIPE 72 in Copenhagen with two presentations by ETH. First, Mirja Kühlewind presented a possible application of MAMI’s Middlebox Cooperation Protocol (MCP) in “What if we designed measurement as a first-order service?”, an exploration of what … Continue reading