Monitor your network for DDOS

Monitor your network for DDoS ExaDDOS is an application able to gather different data sources to present a real time unified view of your network. It can gather : SNMP information at your edge IPFIX export from your routers And present it using a web interface. Our goal is to very quickly integrate it with …

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The next-generation Internet protocol IPv6 gets real

By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, ZDNet | February 12th, 2014 Summary: Google reports that 3 percent of Google services users are now getting the next-generation Internet protocol IPv6. Looking ahead, the Internet Society predicts that by year’s end 10 percent of all major Web-site traffic will be over IPv6. Everyone in networking knows that we must …

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Google offers hacking defenses to human rights, elections websites

By Jeremy Kirk, IDG News Service | October 22nd, 2013 Google is lending its vast infrastructure to websites that may be targeted by distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks because of their content. The program, called “Project Shield,” is invite-only and accepting applications from websites dealing with news, human rights or election-related content. Those accepted will benefit …

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IXLeeds 3

IXLeeds 3 will take place at aql’s Salem Chapel, Leeds on 20th June 2013 and is going to be biggest event so far.

Cisco joins with Arbor Networks to fight DDoS attacks

By Ellen Messmer, NetworkWorld | March 12th, 2013 Cisco CRS router customers can now embed Arbor Peakflow SP Threat Management System. Cisco has begun streamlining distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack defense by offering Arbor Networks technology on its carrier class routers. This will enable Cisco Carrier Routing System devices detect threats and scrub traffic — a …

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IXLeeds 2

IXLeeds 2 took place at the Carriageworks, Leeds on 12th September 2012. IXLeeds 2 was second event and opened to members and non-members. The content of the presentation is available here.

Netflow packets decoder

NetFlow packets decoder written in Python works fine. It can be used combined with the route collector code in order to assess amount of traffic passing through a particular path.

A MySQL plugin to ExaBGP during testing process

A plugin to ExaBGP to inject prefixes directly to a MySQL database is almost ready (during testing process). I am going to prepare a replacement for KLG/MRLG looking glasses which will use directly MySQL database instead of Quagga cli and provide more or less the same functionality.

Irene takes out cell towers, disrupts communications

Aug 29, 2011 12:25 pm | Computerworld Storm affects 1,400 cell sites, FCC reports by Matt Hamblen Communications networks took a hit from Hurricane Irene with 1,400 cell towers and cell sites damaged or disrupted mainly in Virginia, New Jersey, New York and North Carolina, the Federal Communications Commission said Monday. In addition to cell …

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IXLeeds gathering momentum

Jul 30, 2011 | AQL Left to Right : Will Hargrave (Director, LONAP), Mike Hughes, Adam Beaumont, Managing Director (aql, Thomas Mangin (Director EXA Networks), Mark Fordyce (Managing Director, York Data Services), Emma Frost (IXLeeds), Daniel Piekacz (EXA Networks), Rob Evans (JANET(UK)), George Taylor (Digital City Region). The ‘photographer’ was Andy Davidson (Director, Hurricane Electric)) …

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‘IPv6 brokenness’ problem appears fixed

Jul 27, 2011 03:51 pm | Network World by Carolyn Duffy Marsan The Internet’s biggest content providers — including Yahoo, Facebook and Google — are reporting a significant decline in their measurements of “IPv6 brokenness,” a term that describes end users with misconfigured systems that can’t access websites supporting the next-generation Internet protocol called IPv6. …

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Yahoo, Facebook,Google to IETF: Where are the IPv6 users

Jul 27, 2011 03:51 pm | Network World by Carolyn Duffy Marsan Where are the users? That’s what popular websites including Yahoo, Google and Facebook are asking the Internet engineering community when they are questioned about their long-range plans to deploy IPv6. These popular websites — and tens of thousands of others — participated in …

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6 simple steps toward IPv6

Jul 18, 2011 10:06 am | Network World by Carolyn Duffy Marsan Upgrading your Web site to support IPv6 doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. Here are six simple steps toward adopting IPv6 from companies that are already offering IPv6 content: Getting at the real truth about IPv6 1. Take an inventory of the …

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