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Summer School on Internet Path Transparency Measurements

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

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2. Edition of the MAMI/MONROE workshop on Mobile Network Measuremnt (MNM’18)

On June 25, we held another edition of the Mobile Network Measuremnt (MNM’18) workshop together with the MONROE project. As last year the workshop was co-located with the Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis Conference (TMA 2018) which was held this … Continue reading

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IETF101 in London, March 17-23

Last month, the IETF returned to the Hilton Metropole near Paddington Station in London for its 101st meeting. While it is always nice to go to an IETF meeting in Europe (and therefore suffer less from jet-lag), in this specific … Continue reading

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PATHspider has exciting new features in release 2.0.0

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

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IETF 100

A few of us from the MAMI project started arriving in Singapore on Friday, in order to participate in the hackathon, which has become an IETF tradition. A few hours later we were at our tables, Thomas Fossati and James … Continue reading

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Is Internet RTT reliable for geolocation?

Short, short answer: nope, don’t bother. While this is probably obvious to any of you with network engineering experience, we thought we’d use RIPE Atlas to have a look into this question anyway. In the context of an ongoing conversation … Continue reading

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IETF99: QUIC, TAPS, PAN(P)RG, MAPRG, ACME, BANANA, IPPM, … a busy week in Prague!

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

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Joint MAMI/MONROE workshop on Mobile Network Measurements (MNM’17) held on June 20 in Dublin

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

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QUIC Interim WG Meeting, Paris, June 6-8

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

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Chasing the Big NAT across Europe and the U.S. with NAT Revelio

In light of the IPv4 address scarcity problem, one approach towards prolonging the life of current IPv4 address allocations is to deploy Carrier Grade NATs (CGNs), where Internet Service Providers (ISPs) share the same public IPv4 address across multiple end … Continue reading

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