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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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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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new conference paper “Understanding Block-level Address Usage in the Visible Internet” at SIGCOMM

The paper “Understanding Block-level Address Usage in the Visible Internet” was accepted and presented at SIGCOMM’10 in New Delhi, India (available at http://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Cai10a.html). From the abstract: Although the Internet is widely used today, we have little information about the edge … Continue reading

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multiple views in browsable Internet address map

We’re happy to announce an update to our browsable Internet map at http://www.isi.edu/ant/address/browse/. Our map now includes FIND ME and MULTIPLE VIEWS. FIND ME: To locate any host on the map, click in the IP address address box (at the top right) … Continue reading

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