Tag Archives: Latency

new conference paper “Anycast Latency: How Many Sites Are Enough?” in PAM 2017

The paper “Anycast Latency: How Many Sites Are Enough?” will appear at PAM 2017, the Conference on Passive and Active Measurement Conference in March 2017 in Sydney, Australia (available at http://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Schmidt17a.pdf)       From the abstract: Anycast is widely used … Continue reading

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new talk “Anycast Latency: How Many Sites are Enough?” at DNS-OARC

John Heidemann gave the talk “Anycast Latency: How Many Sites are Enough?” at DNS-OARC in Dallas, Texas, USA on October 16, 2016.  Slides are available at http://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Heidemann16b.pdf. From the abstract: This talk will evaluate anycast latency. An anycast service uses … Continue reading

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new technical report “Anycast Latency: How Many Sites Are Enough?”

We have released a new technical report “Anycast Latency: How Many Sites Are Enough?”, ISI-TR-2016-708, available at http://www.isi.edu/%7ejohnh/PAPERS/Schmidt16a.pdf. From the abstract: Anycast is widely used today to provide important services including naming and content, with DNS and Content Delivery Networks … Continue reading

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Digit tool for T-DNS privacy updated to match current internet-draft

Digit is our DNS client side tool that can perform DNS queries via different protocols such as UDP, TCP, TLS. This tool is primarily designed to evaluate the client side latency of using DNS over TCP/TLS. IANA has allocated port 853 … Continue reading

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Digit-1.1 release

Digit-1.1 has been released  (available at https://ant.isi.edu/software/tdns/index.html).  Digit is a DNS client side tool that can perform DNS queries via different protocols such as UDP, TCP, TLS. This tool is primarily designed to evaluate the client side latency of using DNS … Continue reading

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