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Author Archives: Iain R. Learmonth
On June the 11th the Electronics Research Group hosted the MAMI Summer School on Internet Path Transparency Measurements in Aberdeen, Scotland. This consisted of a few hands-on workshops, with participation both on-site and remote via video conference. The summer school … Continue reading
PATHspider is a free-software extensible path transparency measurement tool that performs path transparency measurements using either real network stacks or packet forging. A new major version, 2.0.0, has just been released and is packed with new features to expand the … Continue reading
The current incarnation of PATHspider‘s first Git commit occurred on the 22nd of February 2015, now just over 2 years ago. Since then, PATHspider has gained its own target list resolvers and has generalised for performing far more than just … Continue reading
In today’s Internet we see an increasing deployment of middleboxes. While middleboxes provide in-network functionality that is necessary to keep networks manageable and economically viable, any packet mangling — whether essential for the needed functionality or accidental as an unwanted … Continue reading