Rafael, our IPv6 guy, got 3rd place in SBSeg’s undergrad student research competition with his work on the measurement and characterization of how routers initialize and modify IPv6’s flow label and traffic class header fields (PDF).
Elverton‘s work on Efficient Remapping of Internet Routing Events (PDF) has received third place in ACM SIGCOMM’s Student Research Competition for research work developed by a single student.
Our PEERING testbed has been used by four teams during CAIDA’s BGP Hackathon. Bruno was part of the HIJACKS-2 team, which was chosen as one of the winners, and won a Pebble smart watch.
Sibyl, our Internet topology mapping and querying platform will appear in next year’s NSDI. Update: camera-ready now available! Now on to make the system publicly accessible.
Our group is looking for an undergrad student with strong Linux configuration and management skills to work on PUROMALTE, our smart home gateways. Fill in this Google Form to apply.
Our paper on inferring interdomain routing preferences will appear at IMC 2015. Thanks Google for funding our project! Update: camera-ready version here.
We have made our SBRC 2015 NetFPGA tutorial (in Portuguese) publicly available. You can find LaTeX sources and example code at our GitHub repository. Feedback welcome!
Our schedule at SBRC 2015 got a bit more packed. We will present PEERING, our platform for performing control-plane experiments in the Internet, PUROMALTE, our virtualized home gateway platform, and a tutorial on NetFPGA programming.
The camera-ready version of our paper on the impact of provider failures on a client’s traffic, to be presented at IFIP Networking, is now available. PDF bibtex
Our papers on the cost of spam for network operators and on the charactarization of FIFA’s 2013 Confederations Cup streaming traffic will appear at SBRC 2015.