Projects

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brown_configtronThis slice is part of a project to automatically determine the parameters of an HTTP transaction to optimize the performance depending on the properties of the network between the client and the server.
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Brown
buaa_xiao0320for shixiao
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buaa
bupt_chenzhipengsober科研项目需要
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BUPT
bupt_duanhuiliang科研项目需要
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BUPT
bupt_Jingli针对哈工大自动化测试与控制研究所目前在做的分布式数据相关项目,需要在PLANETLAB平台上布置软件,通过模拟真实网络环境,对网络传输质量进行测试
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BUPT
bupt_sylee1416项目需要从Plant-Lab网站下载数据集
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BUPT
bupt_xiebo网络测试
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BUPT
bupt_yinyuan项目需要
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BUPT
bupt_Zhanfeng网络测量,对IPv4地址空间的探测
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BUPT
carleton_DariusSaifThis slice is to be used as a test bench for research into Software Defined Networking (SDN) deployments. The proposed project involves developing applications which are run on SDN controllers in the network's control plane. These applications will interact with Virtualized Network Function (VNFs), such as a load balancers/Intrusion Detection System, and the subsequent behaviour of the system is under examination. Such an application requires a consistent, global view of the network's state. The goal of this project is to abstract a system model which explains the observed behavior and collect performance metrics based on this.
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Carleton University
cesnet_felcc"Planetary-Scale Cloud Latency Auditing Platform"
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CESNET
cesnet_jnTesting student activities on NGI
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CESNET
cesnet_mendeluiIP Geolocation research The research deals with various ways of geographic localization on the Internet network. We are using the active probing methods to gain network delay (rtt), number of intermediate hops and then map them on geographic distance. Currently we are focusing on verification of selected database records using active geolocation methods.
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CESNET
cesnetple_vut_utkoResearch projects on global Internet performance
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CESNET
cesnetple_vutbr1The research deals with IP geolocation based on communication latency measurement.
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CESNET
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_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_netsecThe state of network security today is quite abysmal. Security breaches and downtime of critical infrastructures continue to be the norm rather than the exception, despite the dramatic rise in spending on network security. Attackers today can easily leverage a distributed and programmable infrastructure of compromised machines (or botnets) to launch large-scale and sophisticated attacks. In contrast, the defenders of our critical infrastructures are crippled as they rely on fixed capacity, inflexible, and expensive hardware appliances. This forces them into adopting weak and static security postures, as they face unpleasant tradeoffs between false positives and false negatives. Continuing along this trajectory means that attackers will always hold the upper hand as defenders are stifled by the inflexible and impotent tools in their arsenal. The goal of this project is to reverse this long-standing asymmetry and fundamentally change the dynamics of this attack- defense equation. Instead of developing attack-specific defenses, we focus on empowering defenders with the right tools and abstractions to tackle the constantly evolving attack landscape. To this end, we envision a new software-defined approach to network security, where we can rapidly develop and deploy novel in-depth defenses and dynamically customize the network’s security posture to the current operating context.
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CarnegieMellon
columbia_cloudThe experiment will measure performance across multiple cloud providers, including but not limited to CloudLab and Google Compute Engine. At all of the measured cloud locations, we will only measure the performance of virtual machines running services under our control. Because these virtual services are also under the control of the experiment, we will issue traceroutes back to the PlanetLab infrastructure. At each node, the expected measurement rate would be four (4) sets of measurements (each set contains one ping, one traceroute, and two get requests) every 20 minutes and will last for approximately one month.
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Columbia
csuohio_CDNThe project is about CDN. It measures the performance, behaviors or characteristics of various CDN networks from locations around the world. Connections may be made from nodes to CDN edge servers which are accessible to the public. The project doesn't involve copyrighted contents and won't retain contents other than small samples, if any, and shouldn't cause copyright issues.
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Cleveland State University
cwru_dipzoomDipZoom, Deep Internet Performance Zoom, is an approach to provide focused, on-demand Internet measurements. Unlike existing approaches that face a difficult challenge of building a measurement platform with sufficiently diverse measurements and measuring hosts, DipZoom offers a matchmaking service instead, which uses P2P concepts to bring together experimenters in need of measurements with external measurement providers. In the peer-to-peer spirit, DipZoom participants offer measurements for the benefit of being able to access measurements offered by other participants. In the future, we plan to add an extra incentive where participants would be able to sell their measurements rather than "barter" their service.
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CWRU
cwru_pkiWe are conducting crawls to collect X.500 certificates from a large number of websites to understand their properties.
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CWRU
diku_inf5510Distributed Object Course UiO Spring 2018
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DIKU
diku_olaCourse Project for Oleks
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DIKU
duke_quantify_opennessThe aim of this project is to understand to what degree legitimate TCP packets are blocked. We find that some network elements may filter the IP/TCP packets with options, and we want to measure this behavior across the Internet.
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Duke
duke_quic_expProject title: Speeding up reliable data transmission with selective loss prevention Packet losses can slow down a reliable data transmission protocol such as TCP or QUIC, as they must retransmit lost packets. Through extensive trace analysis, we find that not all losses are equal. Losses happened at the beginning or end of a connection are more likely to cause timeouts than those happened in the middle of a connection. We experiment with techniques that preemptively prevent packet losses at the beginning or end of a TCP connection.
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Duke
elteple_bcExperiment to analyse the bitcoin network
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ELTE
emich_nsfslice for nsf project
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Eastern Michigan University
epfl_filterThis slice will be used for a research project whose goal is to design and evaluate a distributed filtering scheme. We will not use PlanetLab to generate attack traffic, only to measure the latency between different candidate filtering nodes.
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EPFL
ethzcs_ndalCross-layer experiments on reducing latency in the Internet, including manipulation of routes using overlays, proxies for fetching content, experimenting with novel transport and application layers.
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ETH Zuerich - CS
goettingenple_txp1This is to test functions
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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_bobbleThe 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_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
hujiple_nrotmanRunning experiments on CC and routing algorithms.
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Jerusalem
iiitd_abhishek15006Approved by Dr. Sanjit
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IIIT Delhi
iiitd_aishwarya14007Approved by Dr. SAM
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IIIT Delhi
iiitd_tanyasApproved by Dr. Sanjit
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IIIT Delhi
iiitd_tarun14110Approved by Dr. Sam
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IIIT Delhi
isi_dns2We 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
istple_fastrankExperiments with free riders detection algorithms in P2P networks
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IST
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
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_mptcpNishida's Project
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Keio University
ku_distributedDistributed systems research
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Koc University
michigan_1probing for discovering network topologies
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Michigan
michigan_amonWe are interested in seeing how well AMON could detect low-volume, seemingly innocuous attacks such as scanning. We will send *low-volume* traffic from several, distributed PlanetLab nodes to *controlled-sites* at Merit (or even, to our darknet space) and see whether this gets detected by our deployed AMON system. We want to also see whether existing commercial solutions that Merit has deployed (e.g, Arbor Networks Peakflow) detect such events.
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Michigan
michigan_cdxsThis project is to identify homogeneous /24 blocks using end-to-end latency measurements. We will measure RTTs to 100K randomly selected /24 blocks from 10 vantage points. From the collected RTT measurements, we would be able to distinguish heterogeneous /24 blocks from homogeneous ones. To further understand the heterogeneity of /24 blocks, we perform traceroutes from vantage points to heterogeneous /24 blocks.
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Michigan
michigan_imagenetCollecting images for building imagenet -- a large scale image database based on wordnet.
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Michigan
mit_nimbusexperiments on understanding WAN bottlenecks
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MIT
mlab_diffDifferentiation Detector measurement experiment.
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MLab
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
mlab_opsmlab_ops slice
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MLab
mlab_pipelineM-Lab drop-box for data collection
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MLab
mlab_utilityFake description for testing
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MLab
mpisws_broadbandBroadband Network Measurements
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MPISWS
naist_isslice of NAIST
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NAIST
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
northwestern_netUnderstanding routing behavior in the Internet and possible infrastructure attack.
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Northwestern
northwestern_netcordsThe project aims to extend the concept of Global Network Coordinates beyond the scope of previous work, which had focused solely on latency and have been evaluated based on ability to correctly predict RTTs. While latency is an important metric, there are numerous systems which would benefit from other metrics including up/download bandwidth, congestion and others, in addition to RTT. Our goal is thus to design a system which provides a good estimation of a node's coordinates in this multidimensional space, without requiring the participation of other nodes, without deploying new infrastructure. Most importantly, we avoid putting trust in any of the nodes.
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Northwestern
northwestern_skynetThe aim of this project is to detect the abuse of open recursive DNS server, and introduce a series of mechanism to solve this problem.
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Northwestern
northwestern_windriderMLab slice.
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Northwestern
nudt_iVCEexperiment environment for deployment method in cloud
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National University of Defense Technology
nyu_dThe Coral Content Distribution Network: Deployment Slice
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NYU
okstate_torTo run experiments on collecting data on the Tor network.
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Oklahoma State University
passauple_testTest slice for new user.
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Passau
pku_icstModeling, Control and Optimization of Multimedia Networks
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Peking University
pku_iiehttp://www.iie.ac.cn
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Peking University
pku_nmnetwork curriculum
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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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PlanetLab
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_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_seattleSeattle testbed!
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NYU-Poly
poly_servicesSeattle slice where we run NAT forwarders
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NYU-Poly
princeton_caglarTesting slice...
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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_namecastNameCast is an IP-anycasted authoritative DNS service.
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Princeton
princeton_ostegWorking with Prof. Paul Prucnal and one of his graduate students, Philip Ma, on using optical steganography (hiding transmission signals in optical noise) to increase the security of anonymity networks like Tor. The project is also supervised by Prof. 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_tmp_measureOur goal is to conduct measurements (delay, BW, loss, TCP rates) against public clouds (different regions in AWS, GCS and Azure). We also conduct similar experiments between different datacenters in these clouds.
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Princeton
rnp_ifsertaoThe objective is to analyze the reliability of PlanetLab nodes. At the same time, the project has the intention to develop an algorithm to deploy virtual networks based on some restrictions. The deployment problem is an NP-hard problem when we take into consideration many nodes in a graph with constraints. Create an interface for this purpose is another objective.
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RNP
rnp_psdnThis projects aims to compare the different testbeds for evaluating OpenFlow networks. The idea is to analyze available tools, performance, scalability, among others, when comparing different facilities to test OpenFlow networks.
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RNP
rnp_uuosSlice for running experiments related to the project "Unveiling Users Online Sessions in Large-Scale Distributed Systems", which is being carried out by the Institute of Informatics (UFRGS), and funded by CNPq (Process: 462091/2014-7, MCTI/CNPQ/Universal 14/2014). The scope of the project is obtaining high quality traces of users' participation sessions in large scale distributed systems, for use as input to evaluate novel solutions to those systems. There are various techniques that can be applied to obtain such traces; for example, one can take periodic snapshots of the system, and use them to build the traces. Although generic enough for adoption in a broad range of contexts, it has an important issue: for numerous reasons, snapshots may fail to capture some online users. As a consequence, those missing users may be erroneously regarded as being offline. In our research, we investigate means for detecting those failures in a given set of snapshots. We have currently focused on a probabilistic approach for estimating failure probabilities, and used a set of rules for determining which snapshots have failed with a high probability and correcting them. In order to assess the feasibility of our solution, we intend to collect traces of users' participation sessions in such systems. It should be highlighted that the experiments require a non-negligible fraction of CPU and network bandwidth resources.
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RNP
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_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
tauple_BGtestA test slice for BGP experiment
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TAU
tefbcn_sheriffSlice for Sheriff service: detecting price discrimination
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tefbcn
tefbcn_tef_proxyA distributed crawler to test open proxy safety
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tefbcn
tefbcn_torrentAnalysis of the proxy ecosystem and build a control plane to monitor performance e behaviour.
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tefbcn
tsinghua_lsfor giat lab LI Song
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Tsinghua
tsinghua_xyzPeer assist internet file storage and exchange.
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Tsinghua
tufts_dogarMeasuring wide area latency and loss rate
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Tufts University
tufts_dogar_privateMeasuring wide area latency and loss rate
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Tufts University
uba_magallanesWE are doing tracerotues to map internet
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Universidad de Buenos Aires
ubc_cpen431_0CPEN431 Slice 0
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UBC
ubc_cpen431_1CPEN431 Slice 1
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UBC
ubc_cpen431_2CPEN431 Slice 2
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UBC
ubc_cpen431_3CPEN431 Slice 3
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UBC
ubc_cpen431_4CPEN431 Slice 4
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UBC
ubc_cpen431_5CPEN431 Slice 5
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UBC
ubc_cpen431_6CPEN431 Slice 6
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UBC
ubc_cpen431_7CPEN431 Slice 7
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UBC
ubc_cpen431_8CPEN431 Slice 8
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UBC
ubc_cpen431_9CPEN431 Slice 9
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UBC
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
ucsb_perisSandlab experiments with distributed systems and measurements.
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UCSB
uestc_hustTest for NFV
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Univ of Electronic Sci and Tech of China
uestc_rmThis slice is used to measure the topology structure of current Internet based on Traceroute, which will be used for academic purpose. We will not generate malicious traffic.
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Univ of Electronic Sci and Tech of China
uestc_tmuestc network tomography test
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Univ of Electronic Sci and Tech of China
ufmg_cipopsOur deployment on PlanetLab collects ICMP ping measurements to cluster interfaces identified with traceroute measurements into PoPs. We use the same methodology as that originally proposed in iPlane. The list of destinations has around 900 thousand interface IP addresses. The total traffic is limited in 4Gb per day.
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UFMG
ufmg_eventsOur study seeks to understand how a change in a path can impact others and how we can use information about the routing event to trigger any measurements on other possibly-impacted paths. We will deploy traceroute measurements on PlanetLab with 1.000 destinations per node limited to 50 probes per second to investigate
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UFMG
ufmg_resd01Internet failures and performance problems cause significant financial losses and frustrate millions of users. In this project, we develop new algorithms, protocols, and mechanisms to map the topology of the Internet. We focus on reducing topology measurement probing costs and researching new probe types to collect richer information about the network. Our goal is to provide accurate and up-to-date topology information to ease network troubleshooting tasks, reducing the impact of Internet disruptions, cutting financial losses, improving quality of service, and ultimately allowing the deployment of novel and mission-critical applications.
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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 our clients while the P2P network is working. Therefore, we need large band to exchange data in few time of simulation.
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UFMG
uiuc_nwUIUC networking
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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_mamiThe MAMI project aims at designing and developing measurement techniques and tools to detect and monitor middlebox behavior, performing Internet measurements of middleboxes deployment using existing large-scale measurement platforms. Further, MAMI will implement a measurement observatory to collect measurement results and make them accessible to others.
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ULg
umass_petumass_pet
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UMass
umass_ZhaoyuArun lab experiment
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UMass
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_thunderpingSlice for detecting residential internet outages during forecasted severe weather events.
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Maryland
uml_ZhenLingTor performance
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UMass Lowell
umn_hopperTopological Network Censorship
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University of Minnesota
umn_kushagraThe measurement of Internet file syn systems
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University of Minnesota
umn_nebulaSlice for UMN Nebula. Nebula is a dispersed cloud infrastructure that explores the use of volunteer (edge) resources to democratize 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_pengSignal Processing (SP) and Statistical Learning research and development projects In Network (N) Science and Communication (COM) systems.
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University of Minnesota
unl_cse1CSE462/862 class for Spring 2018
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Nebraska
unl_cse2CSE462/862 class for Spring 2018
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Nebraska
unl_cse3CSE462/862 class for Spring 2018
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Nebraska
unl_cse4CSE462/862 class for Spring 2018
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Nebraska
unl_cse5CSE462/862 class for Spring 2018
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Nebraska
unr_cloudMeasure clouds
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University of Nevada, Reno
unr_trafficIn 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 software will be developed as well as some existing software (pathload, pathrate, ABget) will be used. One important issue with the measurement is that they should be done from different vantage points so that we can get a general idea.
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University of Nevada, Reno
uocple_garlanetTo test Garlanet: http://dpcs.uoc.edu/projects/garlanet
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UOC
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_burimSlice for Burim's internship
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UPMC
upmc_daniloDanilo Cicalese
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UPMC
upmc_kvermeulenMeasures for discovering load balancing topology
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UPMC
upmc_netmetSlice for the NETMET network metrology course, 2017-2018, taught for the EIT Digital Masters Program
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UPMC
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
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_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_boxMapboxMap aims to provide a tool to accurately detect and localize middleboxes in the Internet. It is a client server application using probe-feedback mechanism to probe different Internet paths and post the packet impairment results to a master node. A first implementation will be deployed on Planetlab and Ark testbeds.
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University of Waterloo
uwaterloo_cstThis project aims to study the behavior of UDP packets over Internet, and use channel coding across packets to reduce the impact of variable delay, packet loss and packet displacement in UDP protocol. The ultimate goal is to improve the quality of Voice Over IP.
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University of Waterloo
waseda_nslThis slice is used for a network-wide measurement research project.
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Waseda University
wisconsin_middleboxActive Internet measurements to identify path constraints due to middle box usage
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Wisconsin