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- IETF99: QUIC, TAPS, PAN(P)RG, MAPRG, ACME, BANANA, IPPM, … a busy week in Prague!
- 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: Mirja Kühlewind
On June 20, we had a joint workshop with the EU-H2020 MONROE project on Mobile Network Measurements (MNM). The workshop was held in conjunction with TMA Conference 2017 in Dublin/Maynooth which was a great fit for this workshop and our … Continue reading
Expecting an usual, not particular special IETF meeting, the 98th meeting two weeks ago in Chicago was actually quite exciting, in a positive sense. A lot of work, relevant to the architecture as well as measurement objectives of the MAMI … Continue reading
On Saturday and Sunday at the IETF there always is a Hackathon. This time at IETF-98 members of the MAMI consoritum were working on the implementation of the “connection identifier” in DTLS, a fairly recent proposal Hannes Tschofenig, Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos, … Continue reading
One of the core objectives of the MAMI project is to perform measurements and collect measurement data that can help to quantify middlebox impairments on the Internet. While various impairments on different layers of the protocol stack have been detected … Continue reading
On Feb 7/8 the MAMI project met in Seville for the third technical plenary meeting. Besides the great Spanish food and tapas crawl organized and guided by our technical project coordinator Diego Lopez, we made good progress on the technical … Continue reading
Tremendous effort is undergoing to make the Web faster. However, quantifying speed on the Web is complex: usually we are attempting to capture human perception with a computer-generated metric. In many studies, participants are simply shown a page loading, in … Continue reading
The first ACM, IRTF & ISOC Applied Networking Research Workshop 2016 (ANRW ‘16) was held in co-location with IETF-96 on July 16, 2016, in Berlin. The MAMI project conributed with one full paper and three short papers describing multipath bonding … Continue reading
The MAMI project held its second technical plenary on July 13-15, 2016, in Berlin. This time also members of the External Advisory Board (EAB) participated. Thanks for your time, fruitful discussions and very valuable input! Also special thanks Joe Hildebrand … Continue reading
Over the last few weeks, we went around and gave a couple of presentations about the current and planned work in MAMI. Feedback was very positive and we identified more friendly people to work with. If you want to learn … Continue reading
The MAMI webpages has been updated to now contain more information on the project’s objectives, work package structure as well as standardization efforts. Also check out our github at https://github.com/mami-project. Next thing to do is our first plenary meeting on … Continue reading