Vaibhav Bajpai

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The IETF has developed several solutions that promote IPv4 and IPv6 coexistence , but they need to be thoroughly tested on a large scale, before they can actually be considered as viable solutions. In the following study we present an experimental evaluation of the two popular transitioning technologies: NAT64 and Dual-Stack Lite. Our first goal is to(More)
—A number of Internet measurement platforms have emerged in the last few years. These platforms have deployed thousands of probes at strategic locations within access and backbone networks and behind residential gateways. In this paper we provide a taxonomy of these measurement platforms on the basis of their deployment use-case. We describe these platforms(More)
There is rapid growth in the number of IPv6 users and IPv6 compliant services on the Internet. However, few measurement studies exist about the quality of user experience on IPv6 in comparison to IPv4 for dual-stacked hosts. We present results from a measurement trial consisting of 21 active measurement probes deployed across Europe and Japan connected(More)
—The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has developed protocols that promote a healthy IPv4 and IPv6 coexistence. The happy eyeballs algorithm for instance, provides recommendations to application developers to help prevent bad user experience in situations where IPv6 connectivity is broken. In this paper, we compare the IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity of a(More)
We reflect upon our experience in using the RIPE Atlas platform for measurement-based research. We show how in addition to credits, control checks using rate limits are in place to ensure that the platform does not get overloaded with measurements. We show how the Autonomous System (AS)-based distribution of RIPE Atlas probes is heavily skewed which limits(More)
The 31st Network Management Research Group (NMRG) meeting was organized at the Swissôtel Zürich, Switzerland, on Monday October 14th, 2013, co-located with the Conference on Network and Service Management 2013. This was the 1st NMRG workshop specifically tailored towards large scale network measurements. The goal of the workshop was to bring together(More)
A number of large-scale measurement platforms have emerged in the last few years. These platforms have deployed thousands of probes within the access, backbone networks and at residential gateways. Their primary goal is to measure the performance of broadband access networks and to help regulators sketch better policy decisions. We want to expand the goal(More)