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Title:LISPmon - LISP pilot network monitoring platform

Description:LISPmon monitors the mapping system used in the LISP pilot network, gathering historical data. It also places detected LISP tunnel routers on a world map.


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LISPmon - LISP pilot network monitoring platform LISPmon About | Map | Mobile Node Map | Looking Glass | Mappings | rDNS JavaScript must be enabled in order for you to use Google Maps. However, it seems JavaScript is either disabled or not supported by your browser. To view Google Maps, enable JavaScript by changing your browser options, and then try again. LISPmon v0.3.1, by Lori Jakab The map above shows the approximate locations of detected LISP Tunnel Routers (xTRs). Clicking on a marker opens a popup showing the following info: routing locator (RLOC) of the corresponding xTR, the prefix it is responsible for, the mapping resolution round-trip time (MR RTT) observed from our server, located in Barcelona, Spain, the reverse DNS and priority/weight of the RLOC, and the name of the autonomous system where the RLOC belongs. Some of the markers have a second tab, with data extracted from the control plane status page showing MR RTT from using several different Map-Servers too look up the EID prefix mappings. RTT to the xTR (measured from the same box) are also provided. Blue markers represent LISP Map-Resolver/Map-Server boxes, and are generated from a manually maintained list. You can use the map navigation controls in the upper left corner to zoom and pan, e.g., the San Francisco bay area has a high concentration of routers. Clicking on the hand symbol re-centers the map. To discuss LISPmon, the Wireshark protocol dissector for LISP, or any other LISP related topic, join #lisp-networking on FreeNode. Similar Website

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