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Author Archives: Iain R. Learmonth
On the 5th December 2018 we kicked off a two-day hackathon with participants from MAMI and the Open Observatory of Network Interference at the University of Aberdeen. The goal of the hackathon was to share experiences in Internet measurement between … Continue reading
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