The DIVOICE project’s goal is to
detect and understand
Network/Internet Disruptive Events (NIDEs)—outages in the Internet.
We will work toward this goal by examining outages
at multiple levels of the network:
at the data plane, with tools such as Trinocular (developed at USC/ISI)
and Disco (developed at IIJ);
at the control plane, with tools such as BGPMon (developed at Colorado State University);
and at the application layer.
We expect to improve methods of outage detection,
validate the work against each other and external sources of information,
and work towards attribution of outage root causes.
Our datasets are documented on our website,
with details about what we provide and how it can be obtained.
DIVOICE is a joint effort of the ANT Lab
involving USC/ISI (PI: John Heidemann)
and Colorado State University (PI: Craig Partridge).
DIVOICE is supported by
the DHS HSARPA Cyber Security Division
via contract number
Guillermo Baltra, PhD student
(USC CS Dept. and ISI)
Manaf Gharaibeh, PhD student
John Heidemann, PI on this project, project leader and professor
Craig Partridge, co-PI on this project, professor
(Colorado State University CS Dept.)
craig.partridge (at) colostate.edu
Yuri Pradkin, researcher
- Kensuke Fukuda and John Heidemann 2018. Who Knocks at the IPv6 Door? Detecting IPv6 Scanning. Proceedings of the ACM Internet Measurement Conference (2018, Oct. 2018). [DOI] [PDF]
- Alberto Dainotti, John Heidemann, Alistair King, Ramakrishna Padmanabhan and Yuri Pradkin 2018. Common Outage Data Format, version 1.0. Technical Report ISI-TR-729. USC/Information Sciences Institute. [PDF]
- John Heidemann, Yuri Pradkin and Guillermo Baltra 2018. The Policy Potential of Measuring Internet Outages. Proceedings of the TPRC, the Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy (Washington, DC, USA, Sep. 2018). [PDF]
For related publications, please see the
ANT publications web page.
See also the see the ANT distribution web page.
We make all datasets and specifically
our network outage datasets
through the LACANIC project.