[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

PingERv6 participants needed

This is a reminder to 6bone (and other IPv6 providers) that there is an 
excellent service now available for IPv6 networks that has been of great 
use (in its IPv4 form) to the inernational Energy Research networking 
community of labs, universities and other collaborators around the world.

So please re-read :-) Warren Matthews email below, and help us provide 
PingERv6 service.

The www-iepm web pages at SLAC,


provide an excellent overview as wellas access to some really need 
performance data about IPv4.

So let's get started to collect IPv6 data as well.



Date: Thu, 04 Nov 1999 19:47:42 -0800 (PST)
From: Warren Matthews <[email protected]>
Subject: IPv6 Network Monitoring
To: [email protected]
Cc: [email protected]

I would like to monitor network performance to your IPv6 node.

The pingER project has been gathering data on internet end-to-end
performance for nearly 5 years and I am pleased to announce our monitoring
software now runs on IPv6. We would like to get the PingER-6 project off
the ground and gather some data.

All we want from you is the name of an IPv6 machine and your permission to
ping it.

Details of PingER are available at http://www-iepm.slac.stanford.edu

Warren Matthews                       If ease of use was the highest goal,
Senior Network Specialist                  we'd all be driving golf carts.
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.                          - Larry Wall.