Projects

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ait_jsoffloadAIT testbed for Javascript Offloading.
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AIT
ait_testAIT TEST
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AIT
alu_1We daily monitor 1M websites from Alexa for H2 support. This is a simple NPN negotiation, equivalent to 1 TLS handshake.
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Alcatel-Lucent
angelo_audio_experimentsThis project would like to the variation of delay and packet loss that exist on the Internet today and affect audio applications.
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Angelo State University
arizona_rpmRPM / DHT integration related to the Stork project.
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Arizona
ast_net_mirrorThe Internet Mirror is a project on studying how users perceive different network impairments (such as network delay, packet loss, and bandwidth) in video conferencing applications. We plan to use planetlab nodes to build proxy servers which forward the video conferencing traffic between both video conferencing parties.
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Taiwan
ast_openflowEfficient Media Multicast Using OpenFlow Switches High-quality video streaming, which once dictated high-end equipment, are gradually available on commodity workstations and networks. For example, multiparty video conferencing calls are enabled by Google+, iChat, and Skype, and large-scale video surveillance, say city-wide, networks have been deployed in many countries. While these applications can largely benefit from layer-3 multicast, very few Internet service providers enable the multicast feature on their routers, perhaps for the sake of maintenance overhead. In this project, we study how to incorporate OpenFlow in current network infrastructure, either within LANs or WANs, to enable centralized multicast support for bandwidth-hungry multimedia applications. With OpenFlow, the access or aggregation routers may help multiparty video conferencing clients to duplicate or transcode video streams, in order to relieve the narrow access links from carrying multiple video streams. This in turn leads to multiparty video conferences with higher video quality, lower interactive latency, and better system scalability. Moreover, compared to full-fledged routers, using less expensive OpenFlow switches significantly reduces the cost of deploying video surveillance networks.
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Taiwan
auebple_RADSPSAdaptive Rate Allocation in Distributed Stream Processing Systems We would like to test our algorithm for adaptive rate allocation on DSPS's under bursty workloads at an extended System such as PlanetLab. Our algorithm determines the rates of the application components, in a distributed manner, at runtime, with respect to the QoS constraints, > to compensate for delays experienced by the components or to react to sudden bursts of load.
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AUEB
bu_georoutingThis project conducts measurements from a vantage point within a given country to a website that is also hosted within that same country, in order to test if the traffic crosses national boundaries.
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BostonU
bu_yelpWe propose the analysis and characterization of online reviews. We wish to use PlanetLab resources for distributed, low-rate data collection from websites that offer these types of reviews. The data we will collect is made publicly available to any web-client; PlanetLab provides us with a framework to collect data at a higher rate by distributing our monitoring software across many diffent network nodes. We intend to use the collected data to gain a better understanding of how online reviews work, model them and analyse their impact on merchants and consumers alike.
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BostonU
buaa_act_sdpslice for act
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buaa
buaa_lanchong09slice for lanchong09
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buaa
budapestple_allegraMultipath Overlay Service
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BME
budapestple_cloudCloud testbed at BME
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BME
budapestple_sigcommTesting a framework for SDN IDE.
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BME
bupt_tanc融合网络业务体系
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BUPT
bupt_zd视频流实验
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BUPT
bupt_zhulinALCA(Application Layer Connection Agent):应用层连接代理,负责在IP层路径出现问题后,通过本地ALCA到其他ALCA的虚拟链路来提供正常通信。需要在PlanetLab上部署ALCA对其性能进行测试。
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BUPT
carleton_abdouWe aim at studying the nature of the delays between hosts on the Internet and its application to the research area of location on the Internet. Our experiments will analyze end-to-end delays among PlanetLab nodes under different circumstances and conditions. Most of our generated traffic will be between PlanetLab nodes at relatively low average rates (a few kilobytes per sec).
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Carleton University
cesnet_feecThe research deals with IP geolocation based on communication latency measurement.
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CESNET
cesnet_felcc"Planetary-Scale Cloud Latency Auditing Platform"
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CESNET
cesnet_fit1MTI Modern Technology of Internet Magister course
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CESNET
cesnet_rtTesting routing and performance of Orientplus link
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CESNET
cesnetple_ces1Testing of new technologies, possible integration of new testbeds into Onelab.
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CESNET
cesnetple_f1slice for interaction with EU Fp7-FEDERICA project
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CESNET
cesnetple_felcc"Planetary-Scale Cloud Latency Auditing Platform"
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CESNET
cesnetple_mti1Czech Technical University, Faculty of Information Technology, magister course: MTI, practical examples using planetlab for networking applications
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CESNET
cesnetple_rtTesting routing and performance for connection via Orientplus project
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CESNET
cesnetple_vutbr1The research deals with IP geolocation based on communication latency measurement.
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CESNET
citadel_nrhodesTo test overlay multicast protocols on Planet-lab Network
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The Citadel
citadel_penaTo test a prototype of an agent for intrusion detection.
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The Citadel
citadel_rhodes_leeExperiment DDoS and covert channels in TCP
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The Citadel
clemson_haoyuwdeveloping distributed file storage system
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Clemson
clemson_jinweilP2P
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Clemson
clemson_yuhualP2P research group
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Clemson
cmu_agensIn the AGENS project, we are interested in identifying aspects in system management and control that will be greatly impacted by the increasing scale of VoD system and the migration of VoD services into commercial cloud. Then, we are particularly interested in showing whether these management issues can benefit from an agent-based system with regarding to scalability, autonomy, and satisfaction of individual Quality of Experience (QoE).
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CarnegieMellon
cmu_cicadasThe increasingly sophisticated botnet-based DDoS attacks necessitate the prediction of potential future attack trends to assist defenders in staying ahead and preparing defenses. In particular, an emerging attack trend is exploring stealthiness and masquerading malicious traffic as legitimate traffic to successfully evade detection. We advance one step further from an attacker’s viewpoint and introduce CICADAS, a DDoS coordination mechanism that enhances stealthiness by supporting distributed and decentralized coordination, as well as attacks using randomized and responsive flows. Compared with previous pulsating DDoS attacks, CICADAS requires neither explicit communication nor time synchronization among bots or with central controllers. Furthermore, besides the well-studied UDP pulse-based attacks, we further improve the stealthiness with the first technique to construct attack flows that are indistinguishable from benign long-lived TCP flows. Specifically, CICADAS uses the instants of congestion at the target link as a signal for implicit communication, and this signal is treated as feedback for modulating the phase and magnitude of each attack flow, aggregating distributed attack flows into a desired attack waveform. We demonstrate CICADAS’s properties through analysis and simulations, and discuss potential countermeasures.
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CarnegieMellon
cmu_crit2Project title: Exploitable Communication Bottlenecks in Cyberspace Summary: In this project, we identify and analyze the narrow path waist of the Internet specific to various targeted servers, understand why the narrow path waists are formed, and discuss how to mitigate the exploitation of the bottlenecks.
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CarnegieMellon
cmu_cybercrimeCybersecurity research. Nodes may conduct (slow, polite) crawls of public Web servers, act as a client to public anonymity overlays (e.g. Tor, I2P), or conduct tests of experimental modifications to such overlays (these tests will be carried out strictly within the slice).
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CarnegieMellon
cmu_web_crawlerSlice for performing web profiling experiments, including monitoring the deployment status of HTTPS and HTTP 2.0 and investigating the differences in site structure between the HTTP and HTTPS versions of a site.
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CarnegieMellon
cmu_xiaslice to perform experiments related to XIA deployment
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CarnegieMellon
cncert_wmhDo network security measurement
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China CERT
colorado_wokExploration of an anonymity network.
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University of Colorado
comnet_oecherAn objective of this experiment is to start several onion relays that are distributed in different geographical areas. Descriptors published on these nodes are collected for further processing and creating statistics. The relays neither sniff traffic nor store any personal indetifiable information. The relays advertise a bandwidth of 50kB/s and exclude any exit policy (so no abuse can be performed from these nodes).
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Comnet
cornell_anycastPIAS - a proxy based IP Anycast architecture
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Cornell
cqupt_jxta_dThe service discovery system based on jxta with a pure DHT-chord
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Chongqing Univ of Posts and Telecomm
cuhk_cse_01WS-DREAM is a Distributed REliability Assessment Mechanism for Web Services, allowing users to carry out Web Service reliability and quality assessment in a collaborative manner.
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CUHK
cuhk_ie_01experiment related with SNSAPI
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CUHK
cuhk_ie_03This project conducts throughput measurements between PlanetLab nodes to a server at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The traffics generated are long-lived HTTP flows.
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CUHK
cuhk_inc_01We are going to develop a new protocol with BATS code which will use both TCP and UDP, for using the PLANETLAB, we would like to use it to compare our product with BitTorrent technology.
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CUHK
cwru_dipzoomdistributed measurement platform
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CWRU
cwru_DNSThis project investigates ways in which DNS infrastructure can be exploited by malicious users for Internet attacks. We examine a large number of DNS Servers operating on the Internet and test for behavior and abnormalities. Our experiment will involve sending DNS requests and responses to port 53 and a few random port numbers greater than 1024. All of the DNS requests and responses will be for records within the dnsresearch.us domain. We may also send HTTP requests to port 80. If you find traffic following this description, it is almost certainly not malicious, and part of our measurement code. We try our best to avoid triggering IDS alarms, but we do occasionally miss a range of IP addresses that have been categorized as "malicious" (e.g., DNSChanger or the like). If this has happened, feel free to send an email directly to kyle.schomp [at] gmailDOTcom
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CWRU
cwru_zakIn this project, we are investigating the (in)variability of end-to-end paths in the Internet. This problem has been studied before but we believe that it's interesting again due to the new developments in the Internet. This project involves transmitting ICMP packets to large number of IP address from PlanetLab nodes. For questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Zakaria Al-Qudah at zma@case.edu.
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CWRU
darmstadtple_deedsMaster Thesis
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TUD
darmstadtple_dnsprivTeaching experiments of SIT students
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TUD
darmstadtple_dvsGeneral distributed systems experiments.
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TUD
darmstadtple_kadmonThe project aims at passively monitoring KAD, a DHT-based network of the very popular peer-to-peer file sharing system, aMule. The system is designed to monitor properities of both peers and connectivity. The current version of KAD requires running the experiments on a distributed set of coordinated nodes (i.e., PlanetLab). The clients will run an instrumented version of aMule which has an exact behaviour as normal aMule clients.
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TUD
darmstadtple_SalityMonitorThis thesis aims to reverse engineer windows-based botnets specifically P2P-based malware. After reverse engineering them, the targeted P2P botnet should be monitored using two different approaches: Crawling and Sensor Nodes. Crawling is an action of iteratively requesting the neighborlist of bots within a botnet, while Sensor nodes disguises as a bot within the botnet to monitor the incoming connections. By conducting monitoring, the thesis wraps up by reporting the prevalence of the investigated botnet-malware and the dynamics that are observed within the botnet.
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TUD
darmstadtple_salmanteaching @ cased
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TUD
dcetut_Multipath_P2PThe main aim of this projects is to design, implement and deploy independent nodes, simultaneously networked in a peer-to-peer manner over heterogenous, independent network connections. A node may possess multiple links of varying characteristics to simulate fixed, wireless and virtual interfaces found in common mobile devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets. It may also be connected across various application-specific overlay or social networks and have the ability to connect across non-IP transport networks. Active interconnected nodes are expected to model future scenarios and behaviour of devices and sensors in a city wide configuration. The level of traffic will be on average very low, with occasional bursts typically not exceeding a few seconds (or a few tens of seconds, depending on the available network bandwidth).
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TUT
delft_socialnetworkanalysisInvestigation of distributed visibility on social network sites
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Delft
diku_INF5510Slice for the course INF5510.
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DIKU
diku_INF5510v13Student slice for the INF5510 course at UiO, 2014/2015, and student projects Spring 2015
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DIKU
duke_m1deployment of MobilityFirst software routers
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Duke
elteple_bitcoinThis slice is dedicated to an experiment aiming at discovering the transaction graph evolving in time. To this end, a modified BitCoin client is executed in multiple planetlab nodes with very limited capabilities. Paper on our preliminary results is available here: http://arxiv.org/abs/1308.3892
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ELTE
elteple_inetmeasPing measurements to various destinations.
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ELTE
elteple_monitoringdemoSONoMA on-demand slice monitoring capabilities will be tested in the slice. The slice will consist of an Y-topology and vlc video stream will be transmitted from one endpoint to another.
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ELTE
elteple_skypeWe are conducting skype-related measurements relevant for our research projects at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary.
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ELTE
elteple_sonomaI'm working on a topology visualization project. My main task is locating internet hosts (especially "inter-ETOMIC" routers) in Europe using several geolocation techniques like topology discovering (based on traceroute), RTT and precise inter-ETOMIC end-to-end measurements, etc. In the ETOMIC infrastructure we have only a few landmarks (measurement nodes with known location). I want to increase the number of landmarks by using PlanetLab nodes. In my view this can improve the accuracy of geolocation.
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ELTE
elteple_sonomaperiodicThe brand new SONoMA v2 measurement agents will be deployed in this slice, and perform periodic delay and bandwidth measurments, similarly to TopHat's traceroute ones. The data is planned to be provided to the users through MySlice.
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ELTE
elteple_spotterSlice for IP geolocation study
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ELTE
elteple_tutorTutorial slice for new ELTE users. --- In this slice we are running a BitCoin crawler application to discover bitcoin transaction network. Our team carries out a study on analyzing the various properties of this evolving graph. A paper on our preliminary results are available there: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1308.3892v3
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ELTE
elteple_twitterThis slice is dedicated to our campaign attempting to reveal the graph of the very popular social network called Twitter. To this end, we are planning to use the Twitter API in a distributed manner from all the planetlab nodes. We will send queries to the Twitter API at a very low rate, ca. 150 questions/hour/node.
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ELTE
epfl_tomoNetwork-tomography testbed
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EPFL
fctple_p2cThe goal of this project is to develop a system and supporting algorithms to allow browser clients of a cloud-based web service to efficiently communicate with each other in a peer-to-peer fashion. The proposed approach can be seen as an extension of cloud based collaborative systems to support lower latency, better fault tolerance to server failures, and support for disconnected operation.
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fctunl
fctple_SwiftCloudThe goal of the SwiftCloud project is to propose an efficent storage system for cloud environments. To this end, we intend to leverage the properties of Conflict free Replicated Data Types (CRDTs). CRDTs allow data to be replicated at multiple sites and be updated indendently with the guarantee that all replicas converge to the same value. In a cloud environment, this allows a user to access the data center closer to the user, thus optimizing the latency for all users.
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fctunl
fctple_swiftcompThe goal of the SwiftComp project is to propose efficient techniques to process large ammount of data. To this end, we intend to leverage the properties of Conflict free Replicated Data Types, allowing computations to proceed in a decentralized way.
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fctunl
forthple_dcs1Small test slice for DCS lab
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ICS-Forth
forthple_dcsITNSmall scale experiments in the context of a research project.
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ICS-Forth
georgetown_honeymailEmail eavesdropping project. Attempts to quantify amount of eavesdropping on the Internet.
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Georgetown
gmu_angelosNetwork security experiments.
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GMU
gmu_qjiaExperiments to verify moving target defense for denial-of-service attacks.
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GMU
gmu_zhengIP geolocation experiments.
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GMU
goettingenple_andynetwork measurement
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University of Goettingen
goettingenple_bingyangnetwork measurement
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University of Goettingen
goettingenple_ccnetwork measurement in terms of RTT and bandwidth
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University of Goettingen
goettingenple_chennetwork measurement
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University of Goettingen
goettingenple_netmeasurement on online social network, network coordinate, and network bandwidth
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University of Goettingen
goettingenple_shennetwork measurement
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University of Goettingen
goettingenple_weinetwork bandwidth measurement
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University of Goettingen
goettingenple_zhuangnetwork measurement
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University of Goettingen
google_highgroundLow level probing to determine network properties (for example developing latency maps).
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Google
gt_bismarkBISmark is the Broadband Internet Service Benchmark. It is a project led by Georgia Tech to develop an OpenWRT-based platform for performing measurements of ISP performance, as well as traffic inside the home. You can use BISmark to measure the performance of their ISP, visualize and monitor traffic patterns from your users and devices inside your home network, and manage your usage caps.
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GT
gt_csThis slice is a test deployment of a measurement platform called Centinel. Through a variety of tests, Centinel tries to determine if information manipulation is occuring. Note: we recently added an experiment to explore properties of email sent across international borders. The email is all directed to an IP we control (54.183.130.195) and the volume should be relatively low (~100 emails per day per node). *This is not spam and we are not infected with malware* Please let us know immediately if you encounter a problem with our slice. Goals for this design include: Easy to install and use: Should be easy to install and run on a variety of platforms. Cross platform: Tests should be write once, run anywhere. Flexible: Should be capable of implementing a wide variety of experiments, including many from the OONI test specifications. Secure: Arbitrary remote code execution is bad. Extensible: Should be capable of incorporating new experiments. Compatible with the OONI backend: This is not strict, since we can influence design of the OONI backend.
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GT
gt_dns1) Measure DNS record changes of scam hosting domains. The PlanetLab nodes query the 2LDs' Resource Records periodically. 2) Crawl the spam webpages. The nodes use curl-alike functions to fetch webpages.
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GT
gt_fbThe filter bubble is a concept developed by Internet activist Eli Pariser in his book "Filter Bubble" to describe a phenomenon in which websites use algorithms to predict what information a user may like to see based on the user's location, search history, etc. As a result, a website may only show information which agrees with the user's past viewpoints. A typical example is Google's personalized search results. To "pop" the bubbles created by Google search (also called de-personalization), our research group in the Georgia Tech Information Security Center is conducting ground-breaking research and developing software, Filter Bubble. Filter Bubble is a chrome extension that uses hundreds of nodes to distribute a user's Google search queries world wide each time the user performs a Google search. Using Filter Bubble, a user can easily see differences between his and others' Google search returns.
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GT
gt_movingnetThe Internet faces well-known challenges in realizing modifications to the core architecture. To help overcome these limitations, virtual networks run over physical networks and use Internet paths and protocols as essentially a link layer in the virtual network. Effective use of the underlying network requires intelligent placement of virtual networks so that underlying resources do not incur over-subscription. Additionally, because virtual networks may come and go over time, and underlying networks may experience their own dynamic changes, virtual networks may need to be migrated---re-mapped to the physical network during active operation---to maintain good performance. In this paper we consider the problem of scheduling the sequence of node moves that take a virtual network from an original placement to a new placement. We build on prior work that achieves migration of a single node with minimal disruption to develop a model for the migration cost and latency for a given network migration schedule. We then develop algorithms for determining a single-node-at-a-time sequence of moves to minimize migration cost, and further consider multiple node moves in parallel to minimize migration time and cost. Our algorithms are the first we are aware of to systematically address the virtual network migration scheduling problem.
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GT
gt_parthaThe project aims to evaluate techniques for distributed problem diagnosis on wide-area network paths, esp. the Internet. We will also use the slice to understand the performance of voice and video on Internet paths, by evaluating their MOS scores, and comparing them with the first order and second order network metrics.
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GT
gt_pithiaWe propose the development of a middleware service that will be able to detect, localize, and diagnose performance problems in the network paths that interconnect research sites that are of interest to DOE. The proposed service will be analyzing perfSONAR data collected from all participating sites. In the following, we refer to this service as perfSONAR-DLD (DLD stands for Detect, Localize, Diagnose).
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GT
gt_smiscWe use planet lab to collect data from twitter for a social network related project. Twitter API limit the collection process to 350 requests per hour per client IP address. To overcome this limitation we use planet lab as different client IP addresses. Each planet lab nodes continuously issues request to twitter, using the API, to collect the needed data. If the number of requests reaches 350 then the client sleeps for 1 hour. In this way we manage our clients to meet an acceptable request rate, without flooding twitter with unnecessary requests.
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GT
gt_tarunThis is a long term measurement study with an aim to identify gap in the current video server selection methodology. The planet lab nodes would act as vantage points and will be used to gather the performance data of video servers hosting the same content. Specifically, each planetlab node will download same video chunks from different servers in a round robin manner. The idea is to compare the performance of the video server selected by the DNS server vis-a-vis other video servers and check if there existed a “better” server.
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GT
gt_yeongjin_jangWe are now developing distributed CDN for the Wikipedia over webRTC. On the project, we want to evaluate the system using planet-lab to get accurate performance numbers when it served over the world. We want to deploy a stand-alone headless browser (a client program) and do test on the peers for the content delivery (of wikipedia pages and images).
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GT
harvard_text_analysisWe study the distributed acquisition, analysis, and provision of web content ... how different web sites, and different national and local providers, serve web pages with differential content depending on geographic origin and exact time period, even given identical web requests.
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Harvard
hawhple_TCPtestTCP performance experiments
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HAW Hamburg
hiitple_gameResearch on locating optimal cloud server locations for different game types.
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HIIT
hiitple_letiScalability testing of servers
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HIIT
hkpolyu_securityOneProbe Security Experiment
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Hong Kong Poly Univ
hkpolyu_security2For Internet Security Experiment
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Hong Kong Poly Univ
hkpolyu_thumbThumb experiment, Oneprobe Team
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Hong Kong Poly Univ
hkpolyu_trtcptrTCP experiment
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Hong Kong Poly Univ
huberlinple_cloudcheckCloud measurements
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HU Berlin - IWI
huberlinple_policycrawlDownloads web policies.
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HU Berlin - IWI
hust_fangmingThis slice was created for the project under the supervision of Prof. Fangming Liu.
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Huazhong University of Science and Technology
hust_fmliuMeasuring and optimizing delays in video conferences: In multi-party video conferencing applications, each terminal needs to transmit its video/audio data to all other participating terminals. In production systems, centralized servers are frequently employed to relay the traffic and process data streams. We aim to devise effective algorithms to choose the server location to minimize the sum of pairwise delays, given the locations of participating terminals. We will use PlanetLab nodes to measure the delays of Internet hosts at different geographic locations to several fixed probe points, representing each host as a vector in a delay space. Then we will use the measured delay vectors of the participating hosts as the input to our optimization algorithm, which will produce the optimal location of servers in the delay space. The real servers that are nearest to the computed optimal solution in the delay space will be chosen as the final server location. The use of PlanetLab nodes is to verify the feasibility of the above idea for choosing server locations in multi-party video conferencing.
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Huazhong University of Science and Technology
hust_zhanggeThis slice is created the measurement projects supervised by Prof. Wei Liu.
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Huazhong University of Science and Technology
iiitd_samSlice for Sam sir and his student
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IIIT Delhi
inria_alinaTest slice
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INRIA
inria_alina1Test slice for NEPI
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INRIA
inria_alina2Test slice for NEPI
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INRIA
inria_chkdiffTesting the chkdiff tool in a real deployment, see the CoNext paper for details
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INRIA
inria_f21test slice running fedora21
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INRIA
inria_heartbeata slice with no traffic, mostly to check slice creation
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INRIA
inria_lispTests on LISP(Location/Identity Separation Protocol)
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INRIA
inria_nepiNEPI will initially be deployed in planetlab for testing of its planetlab module. NEPI can model and deploy varied experiments, but, initially, experiments will imply negligible bandwidth and involve only planetlab nodes, usually just pinging among them to perform easily verifiable tests, so there should be no outwardly visible activity. Eventually, NEPI will start modelling more realistic workloads, which should include an experiment probing several network paths to find packet dropouts along the route. The experiment will be carried with internal traffic first, but an instance involving the internet as a whole is expected as well. We are currently using this slice for multicast streaming tests. As such, it can generate quite some traffic, and be host to several virtual interfaces. Streaming videos used are all public domain or licensed under the CC, and they're not intended for public performance anyway, they're only a means of testing multicast overlays.
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INRIA
inria_overlaysecThis work deals with the security of overlay networks; It aims to provide a quantification of the impact of malicious overlay activity. We run application layer multicast overlays, to analyse the main features of these applications, and identify potential vulnerabilities. In a second step, we plan to implement some malicious activity that provides biased information to other honest nodes in the system. We will also implement countermeasures, based on statistics observed locally by each participant in the overlay.
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INRIA
inria_twitterUse NEPI to crawl twitter
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INRIA
ioanninaple_1social network experiments, collecting anonymized profile data using twitter api.
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UOI
irisaple_behaveCDNbehave: http://people.irisa.fr/Mathieu.Goessens/
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IRISA
irisaple_HEAPHEAP, HEterogeneity Aware gossip Protocol: Gossip-based information dissemination protocols are considered easy to deploy, scalable and resilient to network dynamics. Load-balancing is inherent in these protocols as the dissemination work is evenly spread among all nodes. Yet, large-scale distributed systems are usually heterogeneous with respect to network capabilities such as bandwidth. As such, gossip's blind load balancing may significantly hamper the performance of the data dissemination. HEAP dynamically leverages the most capable nodes by increasing their fanouts, while decreasing by the same proportion those of less capable nodes. This preserves the simple and proactive nature of gossip, while significantly improving its effectiveness. The goal of the slice is to test HEAP in the context of a video streaming application and to compar it against state-of-the-art streaming platforms.
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IRISA
irisaple_WebGCWebGC is a gossip-based library on the top of WebRTC to communicate browsers in a Peer-to-Peer fashion. We planned to execute experiments on PlanetLab adding WebGC on a web page and loading the page via the execution of Google Chrome processes (peers) on PlanetLab nodes. These peers will exchange information with each other through WebRTC connections; additionally, peers will perform HTTP request with a couple of servers in NodeJS.
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IRISA
iscteple_00Engineering of Digital Networks Curricular Unit for DCTI/ISCTE-IUL Masters in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Engineering - Project Small project related with the implementation and deployment of applications for testing network architectures and assessing the performance of those networks. - Goals This project primarily aims to familiarize the students with the PlanetLab distributed platform and some of the tools associated with it. At the end of this project students should be able to understand the main concepts of the development of large-scale experiments on the Internet and be able to perform experiments in PlanetLab platform.
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IT/ISCTE-IUL
iscteple_01Engineering of Digital Networks Curricular Unit for DCTI/ISCTE-IUL Masters in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Engineering - Project Small project related with the implementation and deployment of applications for testing network architectures and assessing the performance of those networks. - Goals This project primarily aims to familiarize the students with the PlanetLab distributed platform and some of the tools associated with it. At the end of this project students should be able to understand the main concepts of the development of large-scale experiments on the Internet and be able to perform experiments in PlanetLab platform.
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IT/ISCTE-IUL
iscteple_02The purpose of these experiments is to assess the performance of a RSTP based signalling protocol for supporting FVP applications.
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IT/ISCTE-IUL
iscteple_03Engineering of Digital Networks Curricular Unit for DCTI/ISCTE-IUL Masters in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Engineering - Project Small project related with the implementation and deployment of applications for testing network architectures and assessing the performance of those networks. - Goals This project primarily aims to familiarize the students with the PlanetLab distributed platform and some of the tools associated with it. At the end of this project students should be able to understand the main concepts of the development of large-scale experiments on the Internet and be able to perform experiments in PlanetLab platform.
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iscteple_04Engineering of Digital Networks Curricular Unit for DCTI/ISCTE-IUL Masters in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Engineering - Project Small project related with the implementation and deployment of applications for testing network architectures and assessing the performance of those networks. - Goals This project primarily aims to familiarize the students with the PlanetLab distributed platform and some of the tools associated with it. At the end of this project students should be able to understand the main concepts of the development of large-scale experiments on the Internet and be able to perform experiments in PlanetLab platform.
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iscteple_05Engineering of Digital Networks Curricular Unit for DCTI/ISCTE-IUL Masters in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Engineering - Project Small project related with the implementation and deployment of applications for testing network architectures and assessing the performance of those networks. - Goals This project primarily aims to familiarize the students with the PlanetLab distributed platform and some of the tools associated with it. At the end of this project students should be able to understand the main concepts of the development of large-scale experiments on the Internet and be able to perform experiments in PlanetLab platform.
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iscteple_06Engineering of Digital Networks Curricular Unit for DCTI/ISCTE-IUL Masters in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Engineering - Project Small project related with the implementation and deployment of applications for testing network architectures and assessing the performance of those networks. - Goals This project primarily aims to familiarize the students with the PlanetLab distributed platform and some of the tools associated with it. At the end of this project students should be able to understand the main concepts of the development of large-scale experiments on the Internet and be able to perform experiments in PlanetLab platform.
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iscteple_07Engineering of Digital Networks Curricular Unit for DCTI/ISCTE-IUL Masters in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Engineering - Project Small project related with the implementation and deployment of applications for testing network architectures and assessing the performance of those networks. - Goals This project primarily aims to familiarize the students with the PlanetLab distributed platform and some of the tools associated with it. At the end of this project students should be able to understand the main concepts of the development of large-scale experiments on the Internet and be able to perform experiments in PlanetLab platform.
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iscteple_08Engineering of Digital Networks Curricular Unit for DCTI/ISCTE-IUL Masters in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Engineering - Project Small project related with the implementation and deployment of applications for testing network architectures and assessing the performance of those networks. - Goals This project primarily aims to familiarize the students with the PlanetLab distributed platform and some of the tools associated with it. At the end of this project students should be able to understand the main concepts of the development of large-scale experiments on the Internet and be able to perform experiments in PlanetLab platform.
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iscteple_09Engineering of Digital Networks Curricular Unit for DCTI/ISCTE-IUL Masters in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Engineering - Project Small project related with the implementation and deployment of applications for testing network architectures and assessing the performance of those networks. - Goals This project primarily aims to familiarize the students with the PlanetLab distributed platform and some of the tools associated with it. At the end of this project students should be able to understand the main concepts of the development of large-scale experiments on the Internet and be able to perform experiments in PlanetLab platform.
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isi_antWe are studying and evaluating our algorithm of identifying and characterizing anycast nodes. We make DNS query or other probings from many different sites to find and characterize different anycast nodes. This work is part of the ANT project's broader studies of Internet topology.
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ISI
isi_astrMaps connection paths to top 1000 US domains and their resource URLs.
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ISI
isi_dnsWe are investigating DNS resolution. From PlanetLab sites, we will be performing DNS resolutions of public URLs, and we will issue pings, traceroutes, and similar measurements to the IP addresses returned by DNS. We will rate limit our measurements to avoid excessive measurement load.
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ISI
isi_fplExperiment to fetch photos from Facebook from different locations around the globe and record the latency of fetching.
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ISI
isi_swagIn this project we implement a prototype of geo-distributed clouds with PlanetLab. We create a couple of clusters, with Spark/Hadoop cluster computing systems, to constitute our prototype system. In our prototype we implement a few job scheduling algorithms that coordinate the jobs/tasks executions across all the clusters spanning geographically. With our prototype we will study the performance of those scheduling algorithms and gain insights in improving our systems.
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ISI
istple_crdtThe goal of this project is to build a dynamic system that chooses the best strategy to deliver updates between georeplicated datacenters. The system is based on synchronization-free data structures called CRDTs (Conflict-free Replicated Data Types) and is based on the Swiftcloud system developed at INRIA. The application servers will run on Amazon Web Services and the clients will run on PlanetLab.
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IST
istple_jiterSlice for comparing experimentally several overlay routing strategies in a wide-area network
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IST
istple_vmrVMR is a Volunteer Computing platform we developed, which allows MapReduce jobs to be run over the Internet. Our objective is to start small, with simple but representative applications such as word count and progressively move into more complex real-world examples, such as BLAST or machine learning algorithms. We have already previously evaluated the execution of MapReduce jobs in PlanetLab, and published those results in international peer-reviewed papers and journals. We are now in the process of decentralizing task distribution, by moving this responsibility from the server to the client
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IST
iub_certprobe2We plan to visit the top 1 million websites that were visited in the previous day and download certificates if they are different from the previous collected ones. We also need MySQL on the slice to record specification of each certificate we collected.
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Indiana
iub_netkarmaNetKarma is a tool for capturing the workflow of GENI slice creation, topology of the slice, operational status and other measurement statistics and correlate it with the experimental data. NetKarma will allow researchers to see the exact state of the network and store configuration of the experiment and its slice.
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Indiana
iupui_ndtThe Network Diagnostic Tool (NDT) is a client/server program that provides network configuration and performance testing to a users desktop or laptop computer. The system is composed of a client program (command line or java applet) and a pair of server programs (a webserver and a testing/analysis engine). Both command line and web-based clients communicate with a Web100-enhanced server to perform these diagnostic functions. Multi-level results allow novice and expert users to view and understand the test results.
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I2
iupui_npadNetwork Path and Application Diagnosis is focused on developing diagnostics that mitigate the effects of "symptom scaling". The "end-to-end network performance debugging" problem is difficult because the only symptom of nearly all flaws is reduced performance. Furthermore that one symptom is scaled by RTT, such that conventional diagnostics typically yield false pass results for local tests. Under the NPAD project we assembled tools and resources to enable people to quickly diagnose and correct the majority flaws that affect users connected to high speed networks.
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I2
just_HAMDr. Ahmad Hammouri research on cyber physical systems
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Jordan University of Science and Technology
just_sdesign01Dr. Basheer Alduwairi senior design group.
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Jordan University of Science and Technology
kaist_12- Purpose : End-to-End Bandwidths Measurement with Non-Intrusive Active Probing - Probe Traffic : A few hundreds Kbps from a Sender with an access bandwidth of 100Mbps, for a few seconds at each experiment. - Probe Pattern : The measurement experiment is performed manually between each Source-Destination nodes pair. The Probe Frequency can range several times at one experiment, then analyze the measurement data. The analysis may take at least half an hour before resuming the probe. - Contact Point : maharata@kaist.ac.kr - Contact Phone : +82-42-350-7760
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kaist
keio_exapeerExaPeer Project: constructing an infrastructure for repositioning replica servers on the basis of demand fluctuations.
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Keio University
keio_mcastIP Multicast Deployment and Collaboration
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Keio University
keio_mptcpmptcp research project
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Keio University
keio_yakohlabDescription: Our laboratory is doing a research on real-time communication especially for teleoperations. We would like to use this slice for experiments such as parallel connection of TCP and MDC(Multiple Description Coding)s to attain less delay, and a reliable
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Keio University
kitple_p2pnsEvaluation of the distributed name service P2PNS. The network traffic consists of UDP packets between PlanetLab nodes and periodic TCP packets to our central management nodes 193.196.39.1 and 193.196.39.2
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KIT
kitple_sodessonEvaluation of a user-centric networking protocol.
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KIT
ku_diaDistributed interactive application project
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Koc University
ku_distributedDistributed computing systems course: deployment of assignment implementations and tests.
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Koc University
lisbonple_ebawaEBAWA v2
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University of Lisbon
lisbonple_smartWide area replication using BFT-SMaRt
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University of Lisbon
liu_001This is a test slice for the development of assignment in a networking course.
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LiU
liu_TDDD17Student work, Security course
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LiU
liu_TDDD93Student projects
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LiU
loriaple_hoangTest the distributed algorithm.
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INRIA Nancy - Grand Est
loriaple_timpa_btA slice for P2P
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INRIA Nancy - Grand Est
michigan_1probing for discovering network topologies
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Michigan
michigan_imagenethttp://www.image-net.org/about-overview
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Michigan
mimuw_geolbThe aim of this project is to implement a decentralized algorithm for load balancing in geographically distributed system. Optimal load distribution problem will be modeled as a problem of finding an optimal flow in a network with weights equal to latencies. We plan to implement the algorithm in an existing application such as memcached and to test the performance.
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mimuw
mimuw_nebulostoreThe goal of the project is to develop relevant theory, algorithms and a prototype implementation of an Internet-scale, peer-to-peer storage system suitable for various applications, including distributed online social networks.
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mimuw
mit_digDecentralized information group
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MIT
mit_hiccups_bauerTCP HICCUPS (Handshake-based Integrity Check of Critical Underlying Protocol Semantics) is a new TCP design to be middlebox cooperative. Using error corrected integrity mechanisms, HICCUPS reveals packet header manipulation to both sides of a TCP. With visibility into end-to-end behavior, a TCP can selectively enable or disable performance enhancing options. Expected traffic: we use planetlab nodes to source TCP HICCUPS packets containing a variety of TCP options, and ECN capabilities. These packets are sent with HICCUPS integrity to remote end-points (currently Amazon EC2 servers running the HICCUPS kernel) on both common (22, 80, 443) and non-standard ports (34343). We use these ports because middlebox packet header manipulation exhibits port-specific behaviors we wish to test. More details on the TCP HICCUPS protocol: http://www.cmand.org/hiccups/
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MIT
mit_psirpThe plan is to use a slice to deploy a customized PSIRP/PURSUIT implementation to various nodes on a slice.
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MIT
mit_secureDHTSecure DHT
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MIT
mlab_joshbFake description for testing
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MLab
mlab_mitateMobile Internet Testbed for Application Traffic Experimentation (MITATE) is a platform that allows application developers to experiment with different transaction traffic to tune application communication protocols for different network settings. MITATE allows participants to evaluate application layer transaction traffic exchanged between mobile users and cloud data centers, on which most mobile application backend logic is deployed.
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MLab
mlab_ndtflashFake description for testing
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MLab
mlab_neubotNeubot is a research project on network neutrality of the NEXA Center for Internet & Society at Politecnico di Torino. The project is based on a lightweight open-source program that interested users can download and install on their computers. The program runs in background and periodically performs transmission tests with some test servers and with other instances of the program itself. These transmission tests probe the Internet using various application level protocols. The program saves tests results locally and uploads them on the project servers. The collected dataset contains samples from various Providers and allows to monitor network neutrality. ***** This slice is associated with the politople_neubot slice. We needed to create a separate slice at PLC to enable the project to access M-Lab nodes.
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MLab
mlab_ooniOONI is the Open Observatory for Network Interference and its aim is to collect high quality data using open methodologies, using Free and Open Source Software (FL/OSS) to share observations and data about the kind, methods and amount of surveillance and censorship in the world
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mlab_opsmlab_ops slice
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mlab_pipelineM-Lab drop-box for data collection
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mlab_utilityFake description for testing
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MLab
modenaple_march2012Test slice for experiments with p2p video streaming and social networking.
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unimore
modenaple_palermoEvaluation of new schemes for privacy preserving data mining, with application to smart grids. Different approaches can be tuned in order to achieve the desired trade-off between resource utilization, communication overhead and privacy. The experiments will be designed to check the robustness and performance of the proposed privacy preserving solutions when a large number of nodes is involved.
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unimore
moscowstate_amplifiers_newThis slice is created for monitoring and analyzing DDoS amplifiers which are serious network vulnerabilities and can be used by attackers to produce large amounts of network traffic. The experiment mainly focuses on finding and analyzing ICMP and DNS amplifiers. The expected traffic mostly consists of ICMP echo requests, but it also includes ICMP and TCP/80 traceroute probes.
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Moscow
moscowstate_monitoring_newThis slice is created for monitoring network vulnerabilities which can be used by attackers to perform distributed denial of service attacks. Such attacks constitute a serious problem because they may cause severe damage to the network being attacked. The list of vulnerabilities we are interested in includes BGP route loops, default route configuration errors and DDoS amplifiers. BGP route loops and default route configuration errors are two important types of the traffic loops. The latter is a network problem when packets cyclically follow the same route until their Time To Live expires. Traffic loops cause a serious vulnerability which can be used to amplify the amount of traffic in several times and cause bandwidth consumption. DDoS amplifiers are vulnerabilities which can be used by attackers to produce large amounts of network traffic. There exist at least two types of them, namely, ICMP and DNS amplifiers. Combined with IP spoofing, DDoS amplifiers can be used for bandwidth consumption attacks. The expected traffic consists of ICMP echo requests and of ICMP and TCP/80 traceroute probes.
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Moscow
moscowstate_traceThis is experiment targeted on disovery AS relationships. Planetlab is used with two diffrent ways: Traceroute 178.248.239.239 Ping –R with spoofed IP address. This helps to reveal more data from neighbours of PlanetLab nodes AS. The spoofed IP is 178.248.239.238. The prefix 178.248.239.0/24 was given for this experiment and we are I able to change BGP routing policy for this prefix.
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Moscow
mpisws_broadbandBroadband Network Measurements
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MPISWS
naist_owOverlay Weaver is an overlay construction toolkit, which supports overlay algorithm designers in addition to application developers. For application developers, the toolkit provides a common API for higher-level services such as distributed hash table (DHT) and multicast. Applications relying on the common API depend no specific transport protocol, database implementation and routing algorithm. The toolkit provides multiple routing algorithms, Chord, Kademlia, Koorde, Pastry and Tapestry. These algorithms could be implemented only in hundreds lines of code because of routing layer decomposition. Routing layer under the higher-level services has been decomposed into multiple components, routing driver, routing algorithm and messaging service. The decomposition also facilitates implementation of a new algorithm. A newly implemented algorithm can be tested, evaluated and compared on emulator, which can host tens of thousands of virtual nodes. It enables large-scale emulation and fair comparison between algorithms.
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neclabs_scaleTesting and Measurement of Distributed LTE Network
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NECLabs
neu_ecommerce_measurementCrawling ecommerce sites for evidence of price discrimination and price steering
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NEU
neu_gptrafficThis project conducts measurements from a vantage point within a given country to a website that is also hosted within that same country, in order to test if the traffic crosses national boundaries.
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NEU
neu_tcpmobileTCP for Mobile Network Experiments
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NEU
nicta_socmxSocial related measurement
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NICTA
nnnmedia_CoDVrouting protocol test
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3N Media ERC
nnnmedia_LicpLicp used
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3N Media ERC
nnnmedia_QoSQoS for videos
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3N Media ERC
nnnmedia_QoSTVSEBandwidth, pkt loss and delay measuring of some vedio websites.
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3N Media ERC
nnnmedia_TinyTestTinyTest
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3N Media ERC
northwestern_auditThis particular project aims to explore the properties of the broadband access network infrastructure. It sends low-rate TCP and ICMP probes to the destinations in the access networks.
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Northwestern
northwestern_cdn2CDN replica-selection performance testing.
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Northwestern
northwestern_cliqueA distributed social news curator
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Northwestern
northwestern_fiberFiber Optic Ocean is an interactive art installation portraying the consequences of encroaching communication technologies on marine habitats. Three life-size shark skeletons are trapped in an ocean made of fiber optic threads. The fiber optic threads glow based on the amount of activity on the Internet and blink based on the cell phone activity of the visitors.
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Northwestern
northwestern_netUnderstanding routing behavior in the Internet and possible infrastructure attack.
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Northwestern
northwestern_neutroThe primary goal of this project is not to take sides in the emerging net neutrality debate, but rather to design a system capable of making the Internet more transparent.
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northwestern_oakThe project will be used to conduct a measurement study of web-object variance by having controlled clients download objects from the PL nodes, and to evaluate an adaptive HTTP server system.
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northwestern_s2sS2S is aiming to identify the dependency for public web services. Here the service dependency means one service (e.g., doubleclick.net) is providing particular functions (adverting) for other web services (cnn.com). With the service dependency relationship we can build a graph for web services, and further collect data from this graph for performance optimization, privacy control, or other purposes. The slide will be used to run web pages to verify the service dependency from different locations and collect performance data.
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Northwestern
northwestern_windriderMLab slice.
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nthu_hsnlhsnl
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NTHU
nudt_dengThis is used to test a cloud measurement application based on decentralized cooperation.
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National University of Defense Technology
nudt_iVCEExperiment environment for test scheduling and deploying applications on cloud.
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National University of Defense Technology
nudt_systemA system level IDS Testing.
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National University of Defense Technology
nus_p2pIn this project, we are investigating a new p2p file distribution algorithm called Tit-for-Tat Transfer Protocol (TFTTP).
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nus
nyu_dThe Coral Content Distribution Network: Deployment Slice
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NYU
okstate_httpSlice to perform http and https world-wide measurements and to obtain the list of SSL certificate chains.
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Oklahoma State University
okstate_ncsSlice to run experiments for geolocation and network coordinate systems.
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Oklahoma State University
onel8lin8dum_dummyonelab.lincs.dummy.dummy
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onelab8unimi_sandssperaonelab.unimi.sandsspera
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onelab.unimi
opolelab_xsCDNLoad balancing algorithms research. High HTTP traffic from one outer IP to selected PlanetLab nodes.
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PO
osaka_fnetfor network traffic monitoring
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Osaka University
osaka_fnet2For developing a traffic measurement tool.
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Osaka University
pku_idmnational engineering laboratory for video technology
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Peking University
pl_defaultSlice used to toggle NM specific features per node.
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PlanetLab
pl_drlDRL (Distributed Rate Limiting) slice
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PlanetLab
pl_genicwGeni Component Manager Slice . This slice provides a backdoor to Node Manager and is used by the Geni/SFA Component Manger.
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PlanetLab
pl_netflowPlanetFlow Traffic Auditing Service. Logs, captured in the root context using fprobe-ulogd, are stored in a directory in the root context which is bind mounted to the planetflow slice. The Planetflow Central service then periodically rsyncs these logs from the planetflow slice for aggregation.
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pl_sfacmSFA Component Manager Slice. his slice provides a backdoor to Node Manager and is used by the Geni/SFA Component Manger.PlanetLab
pl_siriusPlanetFlow Traffic Auditing Service. Logs, captured in the root context using fprobe-ulogd, are stored in a directory in the root context which is bind mounted to the planetflow slice. The Planetflow Central service then periodically rsyncs these logs from the planetflow slice for aggregation.
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PlanetLab
pl_tmacktony test slice
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PlanetLab
ple_drlDistributedRateLimiting Service. Distributed rate limiting allows administrators to set a limit on the aggregate outgoing traffic rate for a set of nodes without putting a single static limit on any individual node. Given an aggregate rate limit, the participating nodes each use a portion of the limit according to the current traffic demands at the nodes.
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PlanetLabEurope
ple_genicwGeni Component Manager Slice . This slice provides a backdoor to Node Manager and is used by the Geni/SFA Component Manger.
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PlanetLabEurope
ple_netflowPlanetFlow Traffic Auditing Service. Logs, captured in the root context using fprobe-ulogd, are stored in a directory in the root context which is bind mounted to the planetflow slice. The Planetflow Central service then periodically rsyncs these logs from the planetflow slice for aggregation.
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PlanetLabEurope
ple_sfacmGeni Component Manager Slice . This slice provides a backdoor to Node Manager and is used by the Geni/SFA Component Manger.
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PlanetLabEurope
ple_siriusPlanetFlow Traffic Auditing Service. Logs, captured in the root context using fprobe-ulogd, are stored in a directory in the root context which is bind mounted to the planetflow slice. The Planetflow Central service then periodically rsyncs these logs from the planetflow slice for aggregation.
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PlanetLabEurope
politople_tstatTstat is a passive sniffer able to provide several insight on the traffic patterns at both the the network and transport levels. The slice is used to integrate the research activities based on Tstat with results from active experiments.
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Polito
poly_bw_probingBandwidth probe testing for Seattle
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NYU-Poly
poly_seattleThe Seattle testbed. A safe code execution environment that runs on laptops, smartphones, tablets, and (yes!) PlanetLab.
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NYU-Poly
poly_seattlenatforwarderNAT Forwarders for Seattle
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NYU-Poly
poly_seattleservicesRunning services like time services, NAT relays, etc. for the Seattle project.
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NYU-Poly
princeton_caglarTesting slice...
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Princeton
princeton_cassThe Content-Aware Similarity Search (CASS) project investigates research issues in searching, clustering, and classification, and management for feature-rich, non-text data types. We plan to utilize the planetlab to do distributed crawling to acquire feature-rich data.
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Princeton
princeton_coflashIntegrating a streaming flash server with CoBlitz.
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Princeton
princeton_comonCoMon is a general monitoring framework for nodes and slices. All data is updated every 5 minutes on all nodes, and 2-day graphical histories are available.
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Princeton
princeton_copsData replication over the wide-area with causal consistency.
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Princeton
princeton_imagenetCollecting images for building imagenet -- a large scale image database based on wordnet.
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Princeton
princeton_jmayerA measurement of international web browsing leakage.
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Princeton
princeton_multisurfPlease fill in a description of your project
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Princeton
princeton_namecastNameCast is an IP-anycasted authoritative DNS service.
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Princeton
princeton_simplewsI am currently looking to set up a simple web server on PlanetLab for a research project with Professor Prateek Mittal
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Princeton
princeton_slicestatslicestat provides resource consumption statistics for each active slice on a node
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Princeton
princeton_solteszA test slice for personal tests.
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Princeton
princeton_swsI am currently looking to set up a simple web server on PlanetLab for a research project with Professor Prateek Mittal.
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Princeton
princeton_thirdre-third
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purdue_1Anonymous communication systems protect users’ privacy by restricting unauthorized access to their identities. However, an attacker can use a black-box timing covert channel to break anonymous communications. This project proposes a novel SNR metric that would function as a fundamental parameter for the design of various timing covert channel schemes against anonymous communication. The configuration of this project requires three computers (nodes) on the east coast. The experiment may need at least one node on the west coast.
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Purdue
purdue_4Cloud computing offers IT organizations the ability to create geo-distributed, and highly scalable applications while providing attractive cost-saving advantages. Yet, architecting, configuring, and adapting cloud applications to meet their stringent performance requirements is a challenge given the rich set of configuration options, shared multi-tenant nature of cloud platforms, and dynamics resulting from activities such as planned maintenance. A unique area of focus of our research is interactive multi-tier applications (e.g., enterprise applications, web applications) which have received limited attention from the community. We are developing novel methodologies, and systems that can enable application architects to (1) judiciously architect their applications across multiplecloud data-centers while considering application performance requirements, cost saving objectives, and cloud pricing schemes guided by performance and cost models of cloud components such as key-value datastores; (2) create applications that can adapt to ongoing dynamics in cloud environments through transaction reassignment over shorter time-scales. Our research if successful can enable IT organizations to significantly reduce costs by optimally moving their operations to the cloud. We plan to use Planetlab for experiments to simulate geographically distributed users.
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Purdue
qmulple_3rdpartyThis slice will be used to carry out measurements of 3rd party websites around the world.
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Queen Mary, University of London
qmulple_clientmonSDNThis slice will be used to perform monitoring of large-scale distributed systems using OpenFlow.
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Queen Mary, University of London
qmulple_dnssecDNSSEC measurements.
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Queen Mary, University of London
qmulple_hsn_test_cloudTest slice for Cloud measurements
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Queen Mary, University of London
qmulple_hutong_middleboxThis slice will be used for middlebox measurements.
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Queen Mary, University of London
qmulple_web_leakThis slices performs experiments to quantify the leakage in web applications, and test security threats related to them.
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Queen Mary, University of London
rnp_icnSlice for running experiments related to the project "GT ICN: Information-Centric Networks as a Platform for Efficient Dissemination of Educational Multimedia Content", which is being carried out by UFRGS (Institute of Informatics) and RNP. The experiments basically comprise the emulation of an information-centric network in order to evaluate its efficacy and effectiveness to disseminate multimedia content.
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RNP
rnp_landThis slice is used to experiment the BitTorrent network. We start clients in private swarms and monitor arrivals and departures of peers. Our clients never uploaded or downloaded illegal content.
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RNP
rnp_land_osnDue to this increase on popularity of these Online Social Networks, there is a great interest to study and better understand them for different purposes. In this project, we focus on measuring, collecting data and analyzing some of the most used OSN's on the Internet (e.g., Facebook, e-Bay and Youtube).
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RNP
rnp_OSNOSN (On-line Social Network) data collector Nowadays, the Online Social Networks (OSN's) have been used for a countless number of users on the Internet, for different kind of activities (such as, chatting, public discussion, sharing photographs and videos, among others). However, those OSN's also have became very a popular way of spams and sharing and propagating news. Due to this increase on popularity of these OSN's, there is a great interest to study and better understand them for different purposes. In this project, we focus on measuring, collecting data and analyzing some of the most used OSN's on the Internet (e.g., Facebook, e-Bay and Youtube).
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rnp_virtualSliceUFABCThis project is aimed at developing and evaluating a new P2P client for the open source OpenSim virtual world server using the PlanetLab network and RNP. The use of PlanetLab provided by RNP will have a fundamental influence in allowing the performance analysis of this new virtual world architecture in the real Internet.
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samknows_ispmonWe have developed a package of bespoke tests and protocols alongside a reporting framework which can be added into all popular home and enterprise routers. Despite its power, this ‘secret sauce’ has a very small memory and processing power footprint, so our tests will fully run on even the lowest specification device.
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SamKnows Limited
sfu_congp2p research.
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Simon Fraser University
sfu_feip2p research
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Simon Fraser University
sfu_fuMultimedia Networking
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Simon Fraser University
sfu_maNetworking research.
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Simon Fraser University
sfu_qhnetworking research
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Simon Fraser University
sfu_wfThe project is to conduct research on peer-to-peer live streaming, mainly on architecture and performance optimization.
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Simon Fraser University
sfu_xularge scale databases on the cloud
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Simon Fraser University
sjtu_bupthedwigOur project needs to be deployed on the PlanetLab and tested independently developed Hedwig messaging middleware. The message middleware using CS structure, using java Experimental test environment requirements are as follows: a) At least three nodes; b) Basic environment to be installed on each node, including: JDK, Zookeeper ,cluster coordination services, and log storage service BookKeeper; c) Select a node from all nodes in the server node as Hedwig in Hedwig above deploy messaging middleware; d) Services need to start testing: Zookeeper,BookKeeper and Hedwig.
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Shanghai Jiao Tong University
sjtu_caesar0301As for the fast development of modern Internet technologies, network traffic characteristics and user behaviors are appealing for revisited investigation to understand their new aspects, which takes significant meaning in network structures optimization, protocol enhancement, and optimization of user experience (UX) about Internet services. Our project aims to reverse-engineer user behaviors from network perspective, especially by dealing with link raw packets directly. Main challanges come from multiple facets including mixing use of HTTP protocols by diverse applications, complex strucutres of modern web pages, popularity of AJAX technology, and even encryption (over SSL protocol) of modern web traffic etc. We involve the booststrap technology of machine learning to capture different aspects of traffic features and corresponding user behaviors with multiple models. Both real field participation of volenteers and simulation experiments (on PlanetLab) are conducted to show that our algorithm and models outperform exsiting, empirical models to reverse-engineer user web behaviors from Internet traffic.
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Shanghai Jiao Tong University
sjtu_flashp2pThis project is to research on a live streaming service using Flash P2P . Adobe has launched new version of Flash Player that supports p2p features. It offers multicast function to deliver media contents via p2p network. But Flash only supports p2p multicast from webcam source. We want to use these features Flash supports to develop a live streaming application from non-webcam source. However, because the implementation details in Flash P2P is unaccessiable, we don't know the performance of Flash P2P and if it is suitable for the needs of real live streaming service, especially there may exist delay in transmission. Additionally, the network in the lab is different from that in the real world, we want to test Flash P2P in real network environment. So the first step is to test Flash P2P App among the nodes of Planetlab. The data that should be collected include average time of delay, package loss rate, the throughput in and out.
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Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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Seoul National University - MMLAB
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Seoul National University - MMLAB
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Seoul National University - MMLAB
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Seoul National University - MMLAB
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Seoul National University - MMLAB
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Seoul National University - MMLAB
snummlab_slice5In this work, we design models of major applications (WWW, FTP, P2P, Mail, Streaming, VoIP, etc.) by analyzing the traffic data sets collected from major Internet networks (U.S.A., Japan, South Korea, Europe, etc.) from 1990s until now. With these traffic data sets and technologies, we will develop major application traffic models. Specifically, we will develop (1) Application traffic model, (2) Social Interaction/communication model between users, and (3) Various Network and environment models. Also we will make simulation or emulation environments to regenerate and the real environments of the Internet, and over those environments, we will forecast and verify the Future Internet environments/application scenarios.
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Seoul National University - MMLAB
sri_cpsThis projects aims to develop a distributed computational and logical foundation that supports a wide spectrum of system operation between autonomy and cooperation of networked cyber physical systems.
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SRI International
sri_cybertaCyber-TA is an initiative to accelerate the ability of organizations to defend against Internet-scale threats by delivering technology that will enable the next-generation of privacy-preserving digital threat analysis centers. These centers must be fully automatic, scalable to alert volumes and data sources that characterize attack phenomena across millions of IP addresses, and higher fidelity in their ability to recognize attack commonalities, prioritize, and isolate the most critical threats. Cyber-TA brings together leading researchers in large-scale network intrusion defenses with leaders from the information privacy community to develop next-generation wide-area collaborative defense technologies that maximally balance the needs for contributor privacy with the need for rich-content data to drive new threat detection and mitigation systems.
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SRI International
staple_alwpoALWPO is a system which allows students to create and monitor traffic between Planetlab node across the Internet. This allows them to see behaviour of TCP under real Internet conditions.
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St Andrews
staple_togetherMetric collecting: collect bandwidth and round trip time between PL nodes and AWS regions. Workflow experiment: workflow engines and web services will be deployed on PL nodes in order to evaluate the benefit of moving engine during the execution. Different types of workflow in different scales will be performed in this experiment.
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St Andrews
stevens_hubbleThis project aims to understand the nature of the underlying Internet topologies as well as routing policies that impact streaming services on the Internet, as well as security issues. Code deployed on PlanetLab nodes will primariy perform traceroute to a variety of other nodes. ACtive tracing from a set of vantage points for a sustanined period allows us to both gather a comprehesive record of path selection and its associated fluctuations, while a comprehesive record allows us to discover surprising anomalies and predict behavior.
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StevensTech
stuttgartple_allowReplicated process execution.
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University of Stuttgart
tamu_allenwebbTesting proxy detection algorithms from the service being accessed. The traffic I generate should mostly be using the SSH and HTTPS protocols.
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TAMU
tamu_ecologyLabThe Interface Ecology Lab connects methodologies to embody computing, supporting expression, creativity, and participation. We imagine and explore new relationships among people and technology. We develop interdisciplinary research and education from our home in the Texas A&M Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Right now, we are using PlanetLab for MICE: http://ecologylab.net/mice
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TAMU
tauple_BGtestA test slice for BGP experiment
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TAU
tauple_DIMES_testDIMES Agent PlanetLab test bed
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TAU
thalesple_dimImplementation of an overlay network for improving QoS and resilience.
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TCS
thalesple_overlayQoS-based routing mechanism for service overlay networks
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TCS
thomsonple_tagitTagit
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PRL
tmsp_gpacStudy of performances of CDN for HTTP Adaptive Video Streaming. The traffic will be HTTP.
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TMSP
tnstate_cunyNetwork measurement experiments to evaluate response time of downloading files of different modalities from diverse geographic locations
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Tennessee State Univ
tnstate_script1PlanetLab Script
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Tennessee State Univ
tnstate_script2Script2
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Tennessee State Univ
tnstate_script3Script3
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Tennessee State Univ
tnstate_script4Script4
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Tennessee State Univ
tnstate_script7Planet Experiment
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Tennessee State Univ
torinople_strEXExperiments with a p2p application for streaming video with multiple description coding techniques, scalable video coding with rateless codes.
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Torino
tp_wrOrange's experiments
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Telekomunikacja Polska
tsinghua_dsctill 2015.1.31
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Tsinghua
tsinghua_duantill 2016 03 10
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Tsinghua
tsinghua_hwt实验室:清华大学计算机科学与技术系高性能技术研究所 实验用途:分布式计算,并行网络处理 2012.9-2013.2
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Tsinghua
tsinghua_leixutill 2015 July 16
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Tsinghua
tsinghua_lsfor giat lab LI Song
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Tsinghua
tsinghua_mmlabmmlab till 2014/01/31
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Tsinghua
tsinghua_xyzPeer assist internet file storage and exchange.
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Tsinghua
tuberlinple_schienIm Sympact Projekt in Zusammenarbeit der University of Bristol und der Zeitung "The Guardian" wird die Nachhaltigkeit von Digitalen Medien erforscht (http://www.guardian.co.uk/sustainability/blog/media-digital-environmental-impacts-research-project). Ein besseres Verständnis des Energieverbrauchs beim Konsum von Onlineinhalten ist uns dabei besonders wichtig. Der wachsende Anteil von Videos, Text und Bildern der von "Content Delivery Networks" wie zum Beispiel Akamai, Level 3 oder Limelight dezentral und nicht von den Servers der eigentlichen Anbieter der Inhalte geliefert wird hat unseren Erwartungen nach einen geringeren Energieabdruck. Diese Energie ist abhängig von der Entfernung zwischen Nutzer und dem ihm dynamisch von Authorative DNS Server des CDN ausgewiesenen Content Server. 2007 hat Phillipa Gill [1] ein Traceroute von 50 Servern. Mittlerweile sind CDNs zu einem integralen Bestandteil des Internets geworden. Akamai behauptet von sich 15-30% des Internet Datenverkehr zu liefern [2] und Level 3 ist CDN Dienstleister für Netflix, dass zur Primetime 29,7% [3] aller Daten im US Amerikanischen Netz liefert. Wir versuchen mit einem erneuten Trace von verschiedenen CDN Servern für verschiedene Onlinemedien aus verschiedenen Startpunkten ein besseres Verständnis für die Dichte des CDN Overlay networks zu gewinnen.
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Berlin
tuberlinple_smaragdGWeb Content Cartography Recent studies show that a significant part of Internet traffic is delivered through Web-based applications. To cope with the increasing demand for Web content, large scale content hosting and delivery infrastructures, such as data-centers and content distribution networks, are continuously being deployed. Being able to identify and classify such hosting infrastructures is helpful not only to content producers and ISPs, but also to the research community at large. For example, to quantify the degree of hosting infrastructure deployment in the Internet or the replication of Web content. In this paper, we introduce Web Content Cartography, i.e. the identification and classification of content hosting and delivery infrastructures. We propose a lightweight and fully automated approach to discover hosting infrastructures based only on DNS measurements and BGP routing table snapshots. Our experimental results show that our approach is feasible even with a limited number of well-distributed vantage points. We find that some popular content is served exclusively from specific regions and ASes. Furthermore, our classification enables us to derive content-centric AS rankings that complement existing AS rankings and shed light on recent observations about shifts in interdomain traffic and the AS topology.
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Berlin
tufts_dogarDogar Research Lab
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Tufts University
tui_solidExperiment for VPN backup path selection and geolocation on global scale.
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TU Ilmenau
tumple_crossbearThis is the slice we use to support our Crossbear Man-in-the-middle detection and localisation framework. For further information, please see the URL.
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TUM
tumple_distscanThis slice is used for SSL/TLS key scans in an effort to improve overall Internet security. Please get in touch with pki@net.in.tum.de for any inquiries.
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TUM
tumple_dnsWe are carrying out DNS lookups of the Alexa 1M.
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TUM
tumple_gnunetThis slice has the purpose to test the GNUnet P2P framework in a realworld environment. The software is under development so unexpected bandwidth/memory/CPU consumption can occur but is not expected and will be fixed after giving us notice.
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TUM
tumple_gnunet_deploymentA slice for testing GNUnet large scale deployment
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TUM
tumple_loganWe will use this PlanetLab slice solely to perform ping and traceroute measurements to selected targets. The goal of our analyses is to better understand asymmetric routing in the Internet. We won't interfere with productive networks, i.e. we do not leave open connections, scan single networks nor generate high amounts of traffic. We estimate an upstream and downstream traffic volume of less then 10 megabyte per week.
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TUM
tumple_messagingA messaging test
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TUM
tumple_privnetCreation of a privacy preserving VoIP underlay.
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TUM
tumple_proxyThe Measurement Proxy project aims to do distributed measurements by relaying packets through PlanetLab nodes.
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TUM
tumple_spectreNodes for performing tcp/http performance measurements benchmarking traditional routing and CDN-accelerated delivery.
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TUM
uba_conexdatThe FLAME platform is based on the distribution of measurement agents among some network nodes. Such agents send and receive probe packets in response to commands from a central manager. Users issue such commands to the central manager with a command line-based console. The agents return the collected measurement data to the central manager, which publishes such data in a standardized way on a central repository, simplifying the management and further analysis of such data. All communication among the 3 components is based on the XMPP protocol.
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Universidad de Buenos Aires
uba_test00Slice for testing planet-lab
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Universidad de Buenos Aires
uba_test1This slice is being used by Mauricio to test a "Hello World" application following the tutorial in PlanetLab
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Universidad de Buenos Aires
ubc_eece411_7ubc_eece411_7
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UBC
ucf_NetSecThis project aims to understand the nature of the underlying Internet topologies as well as routing policies that impact streaming services on the Internet, as well as security issues. Code deployed on PlanetLab nodes will primarily perform traceroute to a variety of other nodes. Active tracing from a set of vantage points for a sustained period allows us to both gather a comprehensive record of path selection and its associated fluctuations, while a comprehensive record allows us to discover surprising anomalies and predict behavior.
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University of Central Florida
ucf_SparseTomoThe goal of this project is to devise novel sparse recovery approaches to infer relevant information about the internal network characteristics, such as identifying hubs, which are high degree nodes that dominate the end-to-end delay measurements. Network tomography has been recently studied within a sparse recovery framework since the vector of links with large delays is conceivably sparse. In contrast to prior work on sparse recovery, which was largely based on designing routing matrices with favorable structures by preselecting the routes, the approach considered herein accounts for the partial knowledge of the network connectivity graph up to a subset of discovered paths using standard network probing tools, and recognizes that the routing matrix is automatically generated by the underlying routing mechanisms and not by design.
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University of Central Florida
ucla_tritonIn this project we investigate how two cooperative endhosts can learn characteristics of the path in which their network traffic flows. We will be using active measurements for this purpose.
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UCLA
ucr_iplaneThis slice is being used to perform ICMP ping, UDP ping, and ICMP traceroute measurements as part of the iPlane project.
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UC Riverside
ucr_iplane2This slice is being used to perform ICMP ping, UDP ping, and ICMP traceroute measurements as part of the iPlane project.
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UC Riverside
ucr_iplane3This slice is being used to perform ICMP ping, UDP ping, and ICMP traceroute measurements as part of the iPlane project.
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UC Riverside
ucr_metacloudThis slice will be used to perform measurements from PlanetLab to applications hosted in various cloud services. All the measurements will be to applications and data that we ourselves create and host on cloud services.
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UC Riverside
ucr_slice2Design & development of a scalable cyber command and control system
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UC Riverside
ucr_webThis slice is being used to perform measurements to detect outages on paths on which traffic is served from PlanetLab. We passively observe traffic outgoing from PlanetLab to see which prefixes are receiving TCP traffic from PlanetLab, and then use a combination of passive monitoring and active probing to detect outages on paths to these prefixes.<br>We ensure that we only send active probes to prefixes that receive traffic from PlanetLab, and we probe every prefix at most once every 5 minutes if the prefix is reachable and at most three times in a 5 minute period if we do not receive responses to our probes.
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UC Riverside
ucsb_sandMeasurement nodes for SAND lab experiments on real time streaming
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UCSB
ucsd_googlebotsI am considering the use of PL to analyze the crawl pattern of Googlebots and artificially inflate the page rank of a test webpage. I'm using PL hosts that end with ".edu;" this should attract sufficient bots. Alternatively, since PL allows me to access network inside China, I can compare and contrast various approaches to infiltrate the Great Firewall. This could potentially be generalized to helping protesters access the social media even during government crackdowns on the Internet (especially for the Arab Spring).
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UCSD
uestc_ns_expThis slice is used to network topology measurement experiment.
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Univ of Electronic Sci and Tech of China
uestc_psfor one-way delay testing.
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Univ of Electronic Sci and Tech of China
uestc_tmThis slice is used for network topology measurement.
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Univ of Electronic Sci and Tech of China
ufmg_lbThis project's objective is to locate routers that perform load balancing and identify which IP addresses routers use to reply to traceroute-like probes. We use low-rate TTL-limited ICMP probes to routers that perform load balancing identified with Paris traceroute.
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UFMG
ufmg_resd01Our deployment on PlanetLab performs topology, end-to-end reachability, and loss rate measurements. We use PlanetLab to evaluate new measurement scheduling techniques that adapt to network state dynamically.
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UFMG
ufmg_targWe intend to identify the autonomous systems through which most spam messages traverse to reach vulnerable machines (honeypots). We will use PlanetLab nodes for two goals: to explore multiple routes leading to the honeypots, so we can build a detailed topology map of their surroundings, as well as to generate specially tailored traffic to the sites where honeypots are, so we can better characterize their behavior.
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UFMG
ufmg_vodOur deployment on PlanetLab has the focus on experiments about topology on P2P live stream. We use the PlanetLab nodes to simulate ours clients while the P2P network is working. Therefore, we need large band to exchange date in few time of simulation.Please contact Eliseu Miguel [eliseu () dcc ! ufmg ! br] for additional information or operational issues.This page last updated: Thu November 04 15:10:41 UTC 2013
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UFMG
ufpr_pairwisePairwise monitoring
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UFPR/C3SL
ufpr_planetmonPlanetMon is an under development user tool for slice management and deployment, execution and monitoring of PlanetLab experiments.
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UFPR/C3SL
ufpr_ufes_livestreamP2P Live Video Streaming Mobile Descrição: This slice evaluates algorithms adapted to the constraints of mobile devices to broadcast live video over p2p networks.
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UFPR/C3SL
uiuc_netarchWe're fetching webpages as part of a latency profiling exercise. In addition to page fetches, as part of our measurements, we also run pings and trace-routes to the web hosts we see. While we fetch each page from tens of PlanetLab hosts, we ensure that each server sees a small rate of connections.
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Illinois
uiuc_srgSystems Research Group
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Illinois
ulgple_lispJoint research on LISP with INRIA Sophia-Antipolis and TUB (Technische Universität Berlin)
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ULg
ulgple_mplaneExperimentations of the FP7 mPlane project on measurements for topology discovery, virtual coordinates, etc.
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ULg
umass_bittorrentThis slice is used to collect information from the BitTorrent network in a distributed fashion. We start clients in multiple swarms and monitor arrivals and departures of peers. Our clients are modified in such a way that they only exchange control information. No data chunks are uploaded or downloaded.
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UMass
umass_dashstreamingThis slice is used for experiments of distributed DASH streaming. Mainly about measurement study.
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UMass
umass_gigapaxosMy project name is "Gigapaxos", an open service that provides replication and reconfiguration support for scalable distributed system and service.
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UMass
umass_nameserviceBuilding a globally distributed system for domain/host names in the internet, that allows fast lookups and updates of name to address mapping.
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UMass
umass_petWe plan to evaluate privacy-enhancing technologies (PET) on the Internet. In particular, we are aiming at running and evaluating censorship circumvention technologies.
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UMass
umass_zinkMike Zink's slice
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UMass
umd_dmlCurrently being used to experiment with a source-initiated, application-level multicast system
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Maryland
umd_rentalTo better understand Nigerian scams (especially rental scams) and associated scammers, we build an automated data collection system. We will use Planetlab to 1) monitor rental ads posted on 20 different cities, by crawling ads at a low rate; 2) possibly post honeypot ads on craigslist. We will post honeypot ads that attract scammers but not legitimate users. Ideally, we would like to use nodes geographically proximal to the targeted 20 cities. Network traffic generated by our project is: 1) Inbound traffic: Rental ads crawled from Craigslist websites of 20 cities 2) Outbound traffic: Crawled rental ads to our database server; and possibly ads posted to craigslist
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Maryland
umd_scriptrouteScriptroute is a platform for distributed network measurement. The goal of the scriptroute tool is to permit only "safe" measurements at relatively low rates.
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Maryland
umd_survivorWeather related network outage detection via pings to residential hosts in weather-affected areas.
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Maryland
umd_ugUndergraduate projects for 2014. Includes experimentation with Tor and other overlays.
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Maryland
umkc_geolocationEstimation of geolocation based on delay measurement
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University of Missouri Kansas City
uml_SwathiQuery Optimization in Cloud Column-Oriented Database Systems The column-oriented databases have outperformed the row-oriented database systems on analytical workloads such as data warehouses and business intelligence applications. Recent advancement in cloud computing (or storage) has made column-oriented databases dynamically scalable. Execution of queries in this emerging cloud column-oriented databases needs to be optimized in several areas such as data distribution, load distribution, intermediate result transfer, communication overhead and so on. We are trying to solve these problems and make column-oriented databases cope well in cloud environment.
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UMass Lowell
uml_ZhenLingThis project aims to improve the Tor network performance. By establishing a large-scale private Tor network, we can conduct extensive empirical experiments under our controllable environment to explore the possible methods to improve Tor communication performance. If you have any questions about this platform, please feel free to contact Dr. Zhen Ling (email: zhenling@seu.edu.cn).
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UMass Lowell
umn_haiyangThis slice will be used to investigate the performance of cloud- and P2P-based content delivery networks. For example, we will deploy applications as Dropbox and Bittorrent on the PL nodes and measure its synchronization latency. The details about our measurement configurations can be found in our publications. (e.g., H. Wang, F. Wang, J. Liu, C. Lin, K. Xu and C. Wang, Accelerating Peer-to-Peer File Sharing with Social Relations, to appear in IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Special Issue on Emerging Technologies in Communications (JSAC), 2012. www.d.umn.edu/~haiyang/ )
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University of Minnesota
umn_hopperThe slice will connect to various encrypted resources in an effort to hunt for divergences from expected behavior as a result of the path taken to the resources. Additionally the slice will connect to BitCoin nodes in order to conduct measurement studies of the BitCoin P2P network.
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University of Minnesota
umn_mgOur research work lies in exploring the challenges and opportunities in hosting services in a grid computing environment. In this effort we use Planetlab as the testbed and analyze the effectiveness of a grid middleware in hosting services.
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University of Minnesota
umn_mounikac01Project: Investigate the efficiency of P2P file synchronization systems. (Please check the publications on my webpage for more details.)
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University of Minnesota
umn_nebulaSlice for Nebula: Distributed Edge Cloud for Data Intensive Computing.
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University of Minnesota
umn_net_toolsUsing this slice we will deploy various network data collection and measurement tools. We will use these tools to collect various information regarding different cloud service providers such as Google/Yahoo/Amazon/MSN etc), with the aim of getting a better understanding of the network traffic characteristics for these service providers. Further, we may build our own cloud service for inter-domain traffic measurement.
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University of Minnesota
umn_net_tools2Using this slice we will deploy various network data collection and measurement tools. We will use these tools to collect various information regarding different cloud service providers such as Google/Yahoo/Amazon/MSN etc), with the aim of getting a better understanding of the network traffic characteristics for these service providers. Further, we may build our own cloud service for inter-domain traffic measurement.
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University of Minnesota
umn_tripathiThis project is investigating scalable methods for transaction management for geo-replicated data. Specifically, this project is investigating techniques that support different consistency and isolation levels to achieve scalability. This project is supported by National Science Foundation (NSF).
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University of Minnesota
umn_wide_areaIt is increasingly common for large data sets to be generated in a geographically distributed manner, and in many cases the available compute resources are also distributed. Efficiently extracting knowledge from this data is a challenging task. In particular, our choice of where to place computation can have a major impact on both performance and cost. We will run experiments on PlanetLab to evaluate our techniques for optimizing computation placement in the context of streaming analytics.
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University of Minnesota
umu_elenaSlice for Elena (OpenLab/ANA4IoT).
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UMU
umu_jordiSlice for Jordi (OpenLab/ANA4IoT).
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UMU
umu_pedroSlice for Pedro (OpenLab/ANA4IoT).
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UMU
unavarra_aliasTesting IP alias identification methods
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Universidad Publica de Navarra
unavarra_testTesting planetlab
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Universidad Publica de Navarra
unavarraple_testTesting IP aliases resolution methods
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UPNA
unc_chameleonModern web pages are diverse and complex. There is also a wide range of devices, operating systems, and browsers that users use to access these web pages. In this work, we study how web pages, and the traffic generated by their download, differ across these different client types. An understanding of these variations in web page traffic across these factors can lead to better understanding of aggregate traces and more accurate development and testing of traffic trace analysis methods such as traffic classification and behavioral ad targeting. Kind traffic: This study focuses on accessing web pages using a modern browser. Some of these pages include video pages. Measurements will be taken using tcpdump.
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ChapelHill
uncc_cyberdnaGeneral purpose slice to understand the different cyber threats and their mitigation techniques.
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UNC Charlotte
uniklple_local1University of Kaiserslautern DISCO local test slice 1 Contact: reithermann@cs.uni-kl.de
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Kaiserslautern
uniklple_local2University of Kaiserslautern DISCO local slice 2 64 Bit / Fedora Core 18 Contact: reithermann@cs.uni-kl.de
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Kaiserslautern
uniklple_student1University of Kaiserslautern DISCO student slice 1 Contact: reithermann@cs.uni-kl.de
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Kaiserslautern
uniklple_student2University of Kaiserslautern DISCO student slice 2 64 Bit / Fedora Core 18 Contact: reithermann@cs.uni-kl.de
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Kaiserslautern
uninaonelab_merlinEvaluation of novel topology discovery approaches based on IGMP as part of the MERLIN project
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UNINA
uninaonelab_neutralSlice for experiments on network neutrality
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UNINA
uninaonelab_trafficReachability tests for web sites, proxies, Tor relays
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UNINA
unineple_restreamTest of ReStream media streaming algorithm.
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Neuchatel
unineple_splaySPLAY simplifies the prototyping and development of large-scale distributed applications and overlay networks. SPLAY covers the complete chain of distributed system design, development and testing: from coding and local runs to controlled deployment, experiment control and monitoring. This slice supports a lightweight experimental deployment of SPLAY for demo purposes of typical P2P applications: gossip, DTHs, etc.
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Neuchatel
unineple_splay_ngThis slice supports the development and test next generation of the SPLAY integrated development and deployment framework towards cloud-like services such as live code migration, location services, etc.
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Neuchatel
unineple_splay_vsThis slice supports the experiments on large-scale privacy-preserving group communication (see. Schiavoni et al. ICDCS 2011), fault-tolerant application-level dissemination, and topology emulation services.
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Neuchatel
unineple_topoevalThis slice supports collaborative work between the university of Neuchâtel and INRIA on network topology emulation. It will be used to test our topology emulation tools against real PL conditions. These mechanisms are part of the ongoing effort on the SPLAY platform.
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Neuchatel
uniprple_avocloudyAVoCloudy is a cloud simulator suitable to model and analyze heterogeneous, large-scale and highly dynamic systems. On PlanetLab, we run validation experiments with real volunteer agents.
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UNIPR
uniprple_blogracyBlogracy - A platform for distributed social networking
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UNIPR
uniprple_SP2AservicemobilityThis slice will be used to evaluate the performance of the new service mobility component of the SP2A middleware for service-oriented peers.
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UNIPR
uniroma2_ccnExperiment on Content Centric Networking
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uniroma2
uniroma2_xpressexpress experiment in the framework of OpenLab project
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uniroma2
unirunple_pingNetwork delay measurments between Reunion island and the world
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UniRun
unistra_microlooppreliminary test on microloop prevention using intermediate metric increments
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unistra
unl_tcpThis project works on high speed tcp. We want to test and measure the tcp loss and reordering packets on the network with a high speed. And we also care the host overload. After this, we want to design new protocols suitable for high speed network with low overhead. Besides the tcp protocols, we are also interested in the router buffer management in the network. It is possible to find the potential problems in the routers during our measure of tcp on Planetlab as we will send different kinds of streams for active testing. We also want to improve the efficiency and performance of network applications to use TCP protocols without modifying the current TCP. More information can get from our website.
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Nebraska
unr_cloudMeasure clouds
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University of Nevada, Reno
unr_mapEfficient topology mapping
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University of Nevada, Reno
unr_multimediaİn this project, we investigate the feasibility of current internet for video conference applications. For this purpose, four parameter (bandwidth, loss rate, delay, jitter) will be observed and measured between two points during an average video conference session. For doing these measurements, some softwares will be developed as well as some existing softwares (pathload, pathrate, ABget) will be used.
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University of Nevada, Reno
uocple_ehuehu
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UOC
uocple_KisonKison Research Group at UOC
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UOC
uoregon_onrgThis slice is used by ONRG for measurement projects.
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UOregon
uoregon_osnThis slice is used for data collection from different online social networks for research purposes.
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UOregon
uoregon_web_measurementWe are using nodes in this slice to download the content of top 500 alexa web pages and assess their complexity and performance.
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UOregon
upatrasple_stagingpatrasple_staging
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University of Patras
upcple_confineAn experimental testbed for IP community networking
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UPC
upcple_lrmDistributed Resource Management.
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UPC
upcple_openerThe goal of the experiment is to evaluate a real deployment of "Open and Programable ENvironment for Experimenting with Routing" (OPENER) and its interaction with the ONE Adapter while performing IP-offloading in a real testbed. The experiment is designed within the framework of TEFIS project.
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UPC
upcple_sodxLab activities of a networking course at UPC
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UPC
upfple_analyticsA slice for distributed measurements of YouTube. Traffic generated is HTTP with the YouTube servers (API).
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Universitat Pompeu Fabra
upmc_2tierVivaldiWe propose a Two-Tier approach based on the clustering of nodes, to mitigate the impact of Triangle Inequality Violations (TIVs) on distance predictions, we would like to show how nodes cluster themselves based on their own coordinates. In this approach, each node uses two set of coordinates. Therefore, coordinates computed at the lower (resp. higher) level of clusters are called local coordinates (resp. global coordinates). Within their cluster, nodes use more accurate local coordinates to predict intra-cluster distances, and keep using global coordinates when predicting longer distances towards nodes belonging to foreign clusters. To construct such cluster, each node relies on coordinates provided by their direct neighbors and the neighbors' neighbors (i.e., node's 2-hop neighbors), but also on measurements towards a potential existing cluster. Each PlanetLab node will run an instance of Vivaldi upon an ANA Framework. This work is related to the ANA project
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UPMC
upmc_agentTopHat is a research project which aims at measuring the underlying topology of PlanetLab and the Internet. TopHat agents are currently deployed on PlanetLab nodes, and regularly send active measurement probes (mainly ping- and traceroute-like traffic) to a subset of selected hosts. This includes PlanetLab nodes, and a list of selected and tested IP addresses outside of the testbed.
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UPMC
upmc_agent3TopHat is a research project which aims at measuring the underlying topology of PlanetLab and the Internet. TopHat agents are currently deployed on PlanetLab nodes, and regularly send active measurement probes (mainly ping- and traceroute-like traffic) to a subset of selected hosts. This includes PlanetLab nodes, and a list of selected and tested IP addresses outside of the testbed.
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UPMC
upmc_anycastTopHat is a research project which aims at measuring the underlying topology of PlanetLab and the Internet. TopHat agents are currently deployed on PlanetLab nodes, and regularly send active measurement probes (mainly ping- and traceroute-like traffic) to a subset of selected hosts. This includes PlanetLab nodes, and a list of selected and tested IP addresses outside of the testbed.
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UPMC
upmc_arenAREN aims to design and evaluate data replication schemes for distributed storage systems on edge networks. Its prototype allows us to study the performance of our schemes in terms network/storage resources consumption and overlay network.
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UPMC
upmc_forgeSlice used for education purpose
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UPMC
upmc_latapyNous utilisons UDP Ping depuis plusieurs moniteurs PlanetLab pour tenter d'estimer les correspondances préfixe IP / interface de réponse utilisées par certains routeurs du coeur d'internet, en mettant en relation l'adresse du moniteur planetlab et l'interface utilisée par la cible pour répondre aux sondes UDP Ping.
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UPMC
upmc_maxime_veronSlice of Maxime Veron. Testing failure detection systems over a lot of nodes with different latencies.
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UPMC
upmc_myslicedemoMySlice is a Portal Software for European Testbeds in FIRE
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UPMC
upmc_slicestatPerforms Slicestat measurements. Service available on port 3100
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UPMC
upmc_tsOur deployment on PlanetLab collects measurements to characterize routers that perform load balancing in the Internet.
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UPMC
upmtgm09_SERENITICyber Security and Resilience of Networked Critical Infrastructures The aim of this research is to elaborate novel holistic methodologies for the design of security and resilience-aware ICT infrastructures for Networked Critical Infrastructures (NCI). The following broad objectives have been identified: - O1. To develop security and resilience-aware network design methodologies for NCIs. - O2. To develop a novel physical process- and self- aware Distributed Intrusion Detection System integrated into NCIs.
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UPM Tg Mures
urochester_saxonsSlice for overlay network measurements and experiments.
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Rochester
urochester_voyageThis slice will be used to test wide-area deployment of network services like proxy caching and enhancement to human-computer interactions.
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Rochester
urvple_cloudspacesPersonal Cloud Tests
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Universitat Rovira i Virgili
ustc_ccnExperimenting content-centric networking.
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University of Sci/Tech of China
ustc_ccn_tsCarry out an experiment on CCN network caching mechanism
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University of Sci/Tech of China
usthk_liveConducting live streaming experiments in planetlab
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UST-HK
uta_lilacExperiments for the Lilac anonymous chat service. Nodes may generate traffic at a relatively steady rate over a period of time.
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UTA
uta_torOur own Tor instance, possibly running a Tor exit node? We'll see.
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UTA
utah_svc_sliceEmulab management service slice. Performs periodic checkins with Emulab central, and routes events for other Emulab slices. Slivers in this slice should only interact with other PlanetLab machines, and Emulab.
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Utah
utdallas_nazimPath divergence is an interesting topic in today's Internet. When we route a packet to a particular destination, we get a path consists of some intermediate hops. After that if we route another packet to any of the intermediate hop, the path that we see may not be the same path which we have observed already. In our experiment we will explore this issue and will analyze the possible cause of this divergence.
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UT Dallas
uttple_cloudsecA set of experiments dedicated to the system measurement of bots performing a pseudo-DDoS attack. Bots are made safe by dropping at the source packets that actually targets a remote host.
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UTT
uva_nanovision_pathfinderThis slice will be used for emulation of a MANET network and testing of a novel protocol for both routing and end-to-end QoS management.
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UVA
uva_obsoaSlice for wide area experiments on Overlay-Based Service Oriented Architectures
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UVA
uva_swarm_routingslice for wide area experiments on the swarm routing protocol
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UVA
uw_cdnCDN placement experiment
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Wash
uw_dhtResearch on distributed storage systems.
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Wash
uw_failuresThis slice is being used to perform measurements as part of iPlane (an information plane for the Internet) and Hubble (monitoring wide-area failures). iPlane maps the Internet's topology by performing traceroutes. This slice is used to perform ICMP ping measurements to assess reachability. Measurement rounds last ~ 6 minutes. During any particular round, a destination should receive probes from at most 15 PlanetLab hosts, and each host should send at most 2 ping packets to a particular destination.
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Wash
uw_geoloc4This slice is being used to perform measurements as part of the reverse traceroute project. When measuring a path, reverse traceroute needs to choose a set of optimal vantage points from which to issue probes. To help this process, this slice generates a weekly "map" of the Internet, which is then used to predict which vantage points will be in close proximity to a given prefix. To generate the map, we issue record route probes to a set of targets in record-route responsive prefixes. We take care to leave out addresses in private and multicast address spaces, those that do not match any prefix in the RouteViews BGP snapshot, and those in address blocks for which we have received complaints at any point in time. We also take care to probe interfaces in a random order from each PlanetLab site, and to spread the measurements over several days so as to ensure any particular address block does not receive several successive probes. Each target will receive at most 2 record route probes per site per week, for a maximum of ~1400 probes in any given week.
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Wash
uw_massive_octo_ironmanSlice used for measurement of technical censorship across the Internet. Performs DNS queries, HTTP requests, TCP/IP connections, SSL connections, &c., to determine which sites, domains, IPs, keywords, protocols, and searches are blocked and how they are blocked.
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Wash
uw_measureThis slice is being used to perform measurements to validate the TCP Exposure tests performed by Michio Honda et al. (see "Is is still possible to extend TCP?", IMC 2011) for a TCP extension providing forward error correction capabilities.
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Wash
uw_oneswarmOneSwarm is a privacy-preserving P2P network being developed at the University of Washington. Our PlanetLab slice is running experimental versions of the software.
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Wash
uw_revtrThis slice is being used to perform measurements as part of the reverse traceroute project. When measuring a path, reverse traceroute needs to choose a set of optimal vantage points from which to issue probes. To help this process, this slice generates a weekly "map" of the Internet, which is then used to predict which vantage points will be in close proximity to a given prefix. To generate the map, we issue record route probes to a set of targets in record-route responsive prefixes. We take care to leave out addresses in private and multicast address spaces, those that do not match any prefix in the RouteViews BGP snapshot, and those in address blocks for which we have received complaints at any point in time. We also take care to probe interfaces in a random order from each PlanetLab site, and to spread the measurements over several days so as to ensure any particular address block does not receive several successive probes. Each target will receive at most 2 record route probes per site per week, for a maximum of ~1400 probes in any given week.
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Wash
uw_revtr2This slice is being used to perform measurements as part of the reverse traceroute project. When measuring a path, reverse traceroute needs to choose a set of optimal vantage points from which to issue probes. To help this process, this slice generates a weekly "map" of the Internet, which is then used to predict which vantage points will be in close proximity to a given prefix. To generate the map, we issue record route probes to a set of targets in record-route responsive prefixes. We take care to leave out addresses in private and multicast address spaces, those that do not match any prefix in the RouteViews BGP snapshot, and those in address blocks for which we have received complaints at any point in time. We also take care to probe interfaces in a random order from each PlanetLab site, and to spread the measurements over several days so as to ensure any particular address block does not receive several successive probes. Each target will receive at most 2 record route probes per site per week, for a maximum of ~1400 probes in any given week.
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Wash
uwaterloo_geosslWe will be conducting network interference related measurements with the goal of understanding what is being censored how. The measurements to be run on the slice will be either fetching some web content or simulating some more complex protocol to learn if it is working in the given country (for example running tor).
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University of Waterloo
uwaterloo_telexDistributed experiments with our anticensorship system
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University of Waterloo
vrijeple_verstoSlice to test Planetlab functionality
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Vrije
vt_citynetprojectThe project aims at studying the structural properties and vulnerabilities in metropolitan area networks and developing techniques to monitor failures. Analyzing structural properties involves constructing router-level maps of such networks for different cities in the USA. Studies show that, spatial properties of metropolitan area networks, in addition to their topological structure, reveal important insights in discovering vulnerabilities. We combine geolocation and traceroute based techniques to gather data and construct geo-localized router-level maps. The project also aims at enhancing the granularity of this geolocalization by integrating wifi access point data.
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Virginia Tech
waikato_reachTesting reachability and diagnosing load balancers on paths. Traceroute MDA traffic is generated. Destination address sets are different though there is some random repetition of addresses across sets. These techniques are also used to find black holes in load balancers.
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University of Waikato
warsaw_byzantineExperiments with Byzantine fault-tolerant replication protocols.
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Warsaw
waseda_ccnThis slice is used for experiments on video streaming with content centric networking. We use CCNx software. The traffic generated by this slice is related to video streaming.
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Waseda University
waseda_ccn1212To enable CCNx Internet-live experimentation and build overlay networks on top of PlanetLab for more controlled CCNx experiments
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Waseda University
waseda_measurementThis research project aims to perform distributed measurement and analysis of the large-scale Internet systems.
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Waseda University
waseda_owStudies with Overlay Weaver
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Waseda University
waseda_tkmExperiment for ICN.
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Waseda University
wisconsin_probesReal-time probing deployments as part of Internet Atlas.
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Wisconsin
wrocple_AKChProject by Anna Kaminska-Chuchmala
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Wroclaw University of Technology
wuerzburgple_fvideomonMonitoring and analysis of live flash-video streams at network and application layer
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Wuerzburg
yale_cryptobookCrypto-Book is an experimental framework for building privacy-preserving cryptographic identities on top of existing non-privacy-protected user identities maintained by popular social networking and federated login provers.
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Yale University
zju_infor p2p overlay
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Zhejiang University