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Re: SWM ISO empirical operational data...
On Tue, 27 March 2001, "Barrows, Jeff" wrote: > There just isn't useful public data out there that is > extensive enough, relevant, or complete. There are > lists of "top 50 web sites in the UK", "top 10 most > popular sites", and "15 top financial sites", and > such, but I couldn't find anything useful that was > based on true traffic analysis, or wasn't skewed by > incomplete views. Of course, many commercial providers consider this highly confidential data and don't share it, assuming they reliably collect it at all. The last commercial provider I saw with any public traffic analysis was ANS. The academic folks have bits and pieces from various networks, but as I suspect you know, it comes and goes. > Netflow data from various sources is proving to be the > most useful, but I need more views. If anyone has any > [Netflow or Netflow-like] top-speaker information that > they would be willing to share, I'd very much appreciate > it-- please drop me a note offline. A number of the intrusdion detection/anti-DDOS vendors may have probes located where they can collect some of this information. And depending on the permision of the customers' the exchange point operators could assist.