These legacy tools and web interfaces have been replaced by RIPEstat Learn more about the changes to our Routing Information Service RIS is a RIPE NCC project that collects and stores Internet routing data from several locations around the globe. RIS offers tools that bring this data to the Intern
The Test Traffic Measurement Service (TTM) measures key parameters of the connectivity between your site and other points on the Internet.
Routing Registry Consistency Check Project (RRCC)
Deployment of Internet Security Extensions (DISI)
The "Internet Routing Registry Toolset" (IRRToolSet) project at ISC is an activity proposed by the RIPE NCC.
This project migrated the RIPE Database to RPSL and was completed in 2001.
For 20 years, the RIPE NCC counted the number of hosts in its service region. The Internet has grown dramatically since then and there are various ways to measure that growth. The article below describes the history of the Hostcount, the challenges we faced over the years and the reasons why we intend to stop doing the Hostcount as of January 2011.
The goal of this project is to find the objects with inconsistencies not enforced by the database, and provide reports and statistics for users to help correct them. It also aims at checking for the necessary protection of objects.
Mediterranean Fibre Cable Cut - a RIPE NCC Analysis - Introduction: Analysis by the RIPE NCC Science Group with contributions from Roma Tre University. Editors: Rene Wilhelm, Chris Buckridge