Tag Archives: Internet address space

new technical report “Do You See Me Now? Sparsity in Passive Observations of Address Liveness (extended)”

We have released a new technical report “Do You See Me Now? Sparsity in Passive Observations of Address Liveness (extended)”, ISI-TR-2016-710, available at http://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Mirkovic16a.pdf From the abstract: Full allocation of IPv4 addresses has prompted interest in measuring address liveness, first … Continue reading

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new animation: eight years of Internet IPv4 Censuses

We’ve been taking Internet IPv4 censuses regularly since 2006.  In each census, we probe the entire allocated IPv4 address space.  You may browse 8 years of data at our IPv4 address browser. We recently put together an animation showing 8 … Continue reading

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new talk “Internet Populations (Good and Bad): Measurement, Estimation, and Correlation” at the ICERM Workshop on Cybersecurity

John Heidemann gave the talk “Internet Populations (Good and Bad): Measurement, Estimation, and Correlation” at the ICERM Workshop on Cybersecurity at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island on October 22, 2014. Slides are available at http://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Heidemann14e/. From the abstract: Our research … Continue reading

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welcoming Greece to the ANT Internet Census

We’re happy to welcome Greece to our browsable Internet map at http://www.isi.edu/ant/address/browse/ !  Of course Greece has always been in our Internet censuses, but George Xylomenos and George Polyzos of the Athens University of Economics and Business (their lab) helped set up a new … Continue reading

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congratulations to Lin Quan for his new PhD

I would like to congratulate Dr. Lin Quan for defending his PhD in Dec. 2013 and his doctoral disseration “Learning about the Internet through Efficient Sampling and Aggregation” in Jan. 2014. From the abstract: The Internet is important for nearly all … Continue reading

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Complete IPv4 geolocation dataset now available

We recently finished the work of geolocating all IPv4 addresses and plotted a “complete IP geolocation map“. This work is based on our previous IMC paper “Towards Geolocation of Millions of IP Addresses“, joint work of Zi Hu, John Heidemann, and … Continue reading

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New conference paper “Towards Geolocation of Millions of IP Addresses” at IMC 2012

The paper “Towards Geolocation of Millions of IP Addresses” was accepted by IMC 2012 in Boston, MA (available at http://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Hu12a.html). From the abstract: Previous measurement-based IP geolocation algorithms have focused on accuracy, studying a few targets with increasingly sophisticated algorithms taking … Continue reading

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IP Geolocation in our Browsable IPv4 Map

We’re happy to announce that our browsable Internet map at http://www.isi.edu/ant/address/browse/ now includes IP geolocation. We plot the latitude and longitude of each IP address around the world as a specific color, placing them on our IPv4 map (the zoomable Hilbert … Continue reading

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New Video About Address Utilization and Allocations on Map Browser

The ANT project released a video describing Internet address allocation and how we study address utilization with IPv4 censuses. Aniruddh Rao prepared this video, working with John Heidemann and Xue Cai. We have also updated our web-based IPv4 address browser … Continue reading

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New conference paper “Selecting Representative IP Addresses for Internet Topology Studies” to appear at IMC

The paper “Selecting Representative IP Addresses for Internet Topology Studies” (available at http://www.isi.edu/~xunfan/research/Fan10a.pdf) was accepted to appear at the ACM Internet Measurement Conference 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. From the abstract: An Internet hitlist is a set of addresses that cover … Continue reading

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