[atlas] Disabling one measurement on my probe...
Warren Kumari warren at kumari.net
Thu Aug 29 21:24:57 CEST 2013
On Aug 28, 2013, at 3:00 AM, Emile Aben <emile.aben at ripe.net> wrote: > Hi Warren, > >>> Due to much stupidity my probe lives behind 2 NATs (don't ask). >>> Anyway, one of the NATs / firewalls is suddenly throwing hissyfits and >>> logging a bunch of messages like: >>>  2013-08-27 17:33:29 [Root]system-critical-00435: ICMP >>> fragment! From 220.127.116.11 to 192.168.15.207, proto 1 (zone Untrust, >>> int ethernet3). Occurred 2 times. >>> >>> I can see the Measurement IDs that are causing this (1019675, >>> 1019728), but I have two questions: >>> 1: is there a way to disable specific measurements from a specific >>> probe and >> No there is not an easy way yet, although we are working on it and users >> will be able to add/remove probes. >> Anyhow, from what I see these two UDMs are already stopped so you >> shouldn't have any more cases with these two. >>> 2: did anything change recently with the "Ping" measurement, like the >>> packet size for example? >> Among other options user can change the packet size and from what I >> see it's 48bytes for the first one 1485 for the second. > > I'm the culprit here. No worries. > I did start a couple of UDM measurements with > large packet-sizes to try and provide some data from what RIPE Atlas > sees when sending fragmented packets (this is a discussion on the > NANOG-list currently), and apparently your probe is one of the cases it > caught (though the log message doesn't specify if it blocked the > fragments or not). I guess I make a good test case then :-) I get a log email for each of the failures, I can easily tell procmail to just send those mails to /dev/null (I'm not at that house, so I cannot tell the firewall to not log) This is interesting / useful research, please don't let my bizarre home network deter you from running tests, etc. I was just interested… W > > Emile Aben > RIPE NCC > >>> >>> I *did* spend some time reading the list archives and documentation, >>> but was not able to find an answer. >>> >>> W >>> P.S: And yes, I will sometime remove the NATs, but cannot until there >>> is another ISP available -- I live in a 3rd world country where any >>> broadened is a luxury, and multiple providers is more than one can >>> reasonably expect… >>> >>> >>> >>> -- >>> "When it comes to glittering objects, wizards have all the taste and >>> self-control of a deranged magpie." >>> -- Terry Pratchett >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >> Regards, >> Andreas >> >> [*] You can see the different options users can set for the ping UDMs if >> you scroll a bit down on this page >> https://atlas.ripe.net/doc/udm#creating-a-new-measurement >> > -- "Working the ICANN process is like being nibbled to death by ducks, it takes forever, it doesn't make sense, and in the end we're still dead in the water." -- Tom Galvin, VeriSign's vice president for government relations.