[96attendees] Wanted: home gateways/WLAN router

Rolf Winter <rolf.winter@hs-augsburg.de> Sun, 03 July 2016 11:26 UTC

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Subject: [96attendees] Wanted: home gateways/WLAN router
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TL;DR: we are looking for old home gateways/WiFi routers for a study we 
are planning.

About 6 years ago, a group of research folks at the University of 
Helsinki and a few others have carried out an experimental study of home 
gateway behavior. There has been renewed interest in the behavior of 
home gateways and we are planning a new study. We therefore would like 
to ask you whether you have an old home gateway lying around that you 
could part with and bring it with you when you come to the meeting in 

If you would like to contribute a device, please send me an Email 
off-list. Everybody who would like to suggest an experiment, please also 
let me know off-list. We will be collecting this information and have 
prepared a Google-Spreadsheet for this (see below).

Please feel free to forward this Email as you see fit.

Thanks a lot,


PS: we are aware of the fact that this Email is kind of “Spam”ish. We 
would like to apologize to the individuals who feel this Email is 

PPS: since we do not have a DSLAM/MSAN or CMTS, the study will be 
restricted to measurements over WLAN and Ethernet.

Link to the spreadsheet: 

Link to the study mentioned above: