Tools for Measurements and Analysis

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Tools for Measurements and Analysis

  1. 1. Tools forMeasurements &AnalysisDaniel KarrenbergChief Scientist
  2. 2. Today’s Topics• RIPEstat• RIPE AtlasPresenter Name, Date 2
  3. 3. RIPEstat•  Numbers are Us : IPv4/IPv6 Addresses, ASNs•  Modular & Extendable Toolbox•  stat means –  Statistics (time, aggregation, zoom) –  Status (real time, aggregation, zoom)•  Beta(!) launched last month: stat.ripe.net!•  Eventually to replace most measurement toolsPresenter Name, Date 3
  4. 4. RIPEstat You Number Geo- Registry Location(RIPE DB) (Maxmind Routing BGP Active , …) Registry Routing Measuring (RIPE DB) (RIS) (TTM, ATLAS)Presenter Name, Date 4
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  18. 18. RIPEstat Strategy•  Immutable, sharable URLs for each result•  Add more history•  Multiple output formats (command line tool?)•  Eventually integrate current RIPE NCC toolsPresenter Name, Date 18
  19. 19. RIPEstat Regular Public Demos•  Modular design --> agile development•  We demo new functionality every 4 weeks –  we receive comments and feedback•  We monitor usage, ... and you can too•  Based on usage and feedback we will adjust •  You get the tools you deserve: get involved!•  Please do not consider the demos as finished !Presenter Name, Date 19
  20. 20. RIPEstatPresenter Name, Date 20
  21. 21. Today’s Topics• RIPEstat• RIPE AtlasPresenter Name, Date 21
  22. 22. IntroductionRIPE Atlas:•  There are many Atlases, this is RIPE Atlas•  next generation Internet measurement network –  To scale to thousands of measurement nodes –  Potentially be everywhere and ready to run different measurements –  Startedlast November, we re still just building it and exploring possibilitiesPresenter Name, Date 22
  23. 23. Light Map of EuropePresenter Name, Date 23
  24. 24. Intuition: 10k Probes & 1 ASPresenter Name, Date 24
  25. 25. Ambitious Community Effort Instead of building small, separate, individual & private infrastructures, build a huge common infrastructure that serves both the private goals and the community goals. Presenter Name, Date 25
  26. 26. Ambitious Community Effort•  Individual Benefits – Less expensive than rolling your own – More vantage points available – More data available•  Community Benefits – Unprecedented situational awareness – Wealth of data, …Presenter Name, Date 26
  27. 27. Intuition -> Plan•  For accurate maps we need more probes•  Deploying very many TTM boxes too expensive•  Smaller probes •  Easily deployable•  USB powered•  24 x 365 capablePresenter Name, Date 27
  28. 28. Probe DeploymentsPresenter Name, Date 28
  29. 29. Versions•  Version 0 –  Ping to fixed targets (IPv4 & IPv6) ✔ –  Traceroute to 1st two upstream hops ✔•  Version 1 –  Ping & Traceroute to variable targets –  DNS queries to variable targets•  Version 2 –  Your ideas?•  A non-goal: performance measurementsPresenter Name, Date 29
  30. 30. Probes Deployed TodayPresenter Name, Date 30
  31. 31. Probes Deployed TodayPresenter Name, Date 31
  32. 32. Probes Deployed TodayPresenter Name, Date 32
  33. 33. Hosting = Credits = Measurements•  We cannot be everywhere without your help Become a probe host!•  Donate a fraction of your bandwidth•  Donate a very small amount of electricityYou get:•  Recognition•  Access to fixed measurements from your probe•  Credits = Measurements from any probe (Q3/11)Presenter Name, Date 33
  34. 34. Sponsorship = Credits = MeasurementsCredits – a measurement ecosystem ?•  Hosting a probe or sponsoring will earn you credits•  Scheduling your own measurements will cost credits •  Simpler measurements are cheaper •  Morecomplex or more frequent measurements cost more Presenter Name, Date 34
  35. 35. What you see is what you getPresenter Name, Date 35
  36. 36. What you see is what you getPresenter Name, Date 36
  37. 37. How we see labs.ripe.net (IPv4 RTT)Presenter Name, Date 37
  38. 38. How we see labs.ripe.net (IPv4 RTT)Presenter Name, Date 38
  39. 39. Sponsorship = Credits = Measurements•  50k probes too expensive for RIPE NCC alone•  Sponsorship Plans: 2K € 8 probes 4K € 16 probes … 64K € 256 probes•  Recognition and many more credits•  Access to fixed measurements from probes now•  Credits = Measurements from any probe (Q3/11) Presenter Name, Date 39
  40. 40. Sponsorship = Credits = Measurements•  50k probes too expensive for RIPE NCC alone•  Sponsorship Plans: that is 2048€ € 2K 8 probes 4K € 16 probes geek compatible pricing℠ … 64K € 256 probes•  Recognition and many more credits•  Access to fixed measurements from probes now•  Credits = Measurements from any probe (Q3/11) Presenter Name, Date 40
  41. 41. Measurement nodes – Probes •  Probe (v1 / generation 1): –  Lantronix XPortPro –  Very low power usage –  8MB RAM, 16MB flash –  Runs uClinux –  No FPU, no MMU, virtually no UI –  A reboot costs <15 (<5) seconds –  An SSH connection costs ~30 seconds –  We can remotely update the firmware –  Form factor of the finished probe is just right Presenter Name, Date 41
  42. 42. RIPE Atlas - Security aspects•  Probes have hardwired trust material# (registration server addresses / keys)•  The probes don t have any open ports, they only initiate connections –  This works fine with NATs too•  Probes don t listen to local traffic, there are no passive measurements running –  There s no snooping around Presenter Name, Date 42
  43. 43. Today’s Topics• RIPEstat• RIPE AtlasPresenter Name, Date 43
  44. 44. RIPE NCC Measurement Tools•  Tools for YOU•  Please support us by –  Using the tools –  Giving us feedback and ideas –  Telling your friends about them –  Finding sponsors for RIPE AtlasPresenter Name, Date 44
  45. 45. Questions?

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