MAT Working Group Minutes - RIPE 83

Thursday, 25 November 16:00 - 17:00
Chairs: Brian Trammel, Nina Bargisen
Scribe: Chris Amin
Status: Draft

A. Economy-level Views of Honeynet Data

George Michaelson, APNIC

The presentation is available at:
https://ripe83.ripe.net/archives/video/708

George Michaelson, APNIC, gave an overview of economy-level findings of “bad traffic” using the Dashboard for Autonomous System Health (DASH).

Brian Nisbet, HEAnet, asked what specific information someone who was situated in and interested in a particular economy could get regarding the “bad” traffic found by DASH. George says relevant bodies are already aware of this kind of data.

B. RIPE NCC Tools Update

Robert Kisteleki, RIPE NCC

The presentation is available at:
https://ripe83.ripe.net/archives/video/711

Robert Kisteleki, RIPE NCC, provided an update of RIPE NCC activities in the area of measurements and tools. This included a list of notable recent RIPE Labs articles, and ongoing developments in RIPE Atlas, RIPEstat, RIPE IPmap and RIS.

There were no questions.

C. How Open Source Supports Your BGP Research

Massimo Candela, NTT

The presentation is available at:
https://ripe83.ripe.net/archives/video/713

Massimo Candela, NTT, gave an overview of the open-source BGPalerter tool, including information on how to access the tool and a detailed step-by-step example use case.

Pavlos Sermpezis, Aristotle University, asked for insights for building open-source tools for network operators. Massimo responded by saying that a lot of network operators don’t have much time to learn to use new tools, so it helps to provide examples and guides to make it easy for them.

Qasim Lone, RIPE NCC, asked if the tool has been run on historic data to get insights over longer time periods. Massimo said that he does not have personal experience of this but that others have carried out this kind of research.

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