Re: [94attendees] RIPE Atlas probes

"Somers-Harris, David | David | OPS" <david.somers-harris@rakuten.com> Thu, 05 November 2015 13:07 UTC

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From: "Somers-Harris, David | David | OPS" <david.somers-harris@rakuten.com>
To: Colin Petrie <cpetrie@ripe.net>
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Subject: Re: [94attendees] RIPE Atlas probes
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Ah thanks for the explanation!

Well if RIPE will pay for a mobile router subscription for my home I will gladly forfeit my credits in the name of research! ;)

Thanks,
David

> On 2015/11/05, at 21:56, "Colin Petrie" <cpetrie@ripe.net> wrote:
> 
>> On 05/11/15 19:02, Somers-Harris, David | David | OPS wrote:
>> Looking at the ASN's which you're targeting in Japan...
>> ...most of these are mobile. 
> 
> Indeed many of them are mobile, and as a result we don't have great
> coverage of them due to the obvious practical reasons.
> 
>> The only way I can think of hooking up a probe to a mobile network short
>> of plugging in at the data center is to WiFi tether your probe to my
>> mobile device. 
> 
> It's possible to have a fixed router with ethernet LAN ports and
> 3G/4G/LTE WAN interface. I have had an offer from someone who can
> connect a probe to NTT docomo in that way :)
> 
>> Do these probes support WiFi, or does one need to plug the probe into
>> their own antenna and leave their mobile device at home tethered? Now
>> if you could stick a SIM into the probe that would be kind of cool.
> 
> No, they are designed to be plugged into ethernet only.
> 
>> Also, are you ineligible if you're only on ASN's in Japan which are not
>> listed above?
> 
> Not at all - those were just the top-ranked ones that we don't have
> coverage. If you have any others, we're always interested! Any network
> we don't currently cover is great to have :)
> 
> Thanks,
> Colin
> 
> 
> 
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> Colin Petrie
> Systems Engineer
> RIPE NCC
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