10:00 < romeo_ncc> Hi everyone, I'm Romeo from the RIPE NCC. If you have questions/comments for the presenter and want me to read it out, please state your name/affiliation and I'll go to the mic when questions are called for. Keep in mind that there is up to a 30 second delay for remote participants, so it's better to get your questions in before the question period begins.
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10:01 < romeo_ncc> Ricardo Schmidt has started his presentation titled
10:01 < romeo_ncc> Anycast Latency: How Many Sites and Where?
10:11 < VBidikov> RTSP over ipv4 does not work in Media Player and VLC today ?
10:13 < romeo_ncc> Are there any questions for Ricardo?
10:15 < romeo_ncc> Ricardo's presentation has ended
10:16 < romeo_ncc> Wouter de Vries started his talk titled "The Impact of Routing on Anycast"
10:18 < Oliver_RIPENCC> hi VBidikov, we're investigating the RTSP issue
10:18 < VBidikov> Thank you ...
10:25 < Oliver_RIPENCC> hi VBidikov, are you still having issues? It might take a while to load but it seems to be working externally
10:30 < romeo_ncc> Wouter has asked for questions.
10:32 < romeo_ncc> The presentation has ended
10:32 < romeo_ncc> Ricardo Schmidt has started his presentation titled "Anycast vs. DDoS: Evaluating the November 2015 Root DNS Event"
10:34 < VBidikov> Now it's ok...
10:40 < rhe-786> Ops: I'm sure you've noticed, but the stenography has frozen on the screens... πŸ™‚
10:40 < marita_RIPENCC> rhe-786: Yes, it's been noticed. We're working on it. πŸ™‚
10:41 < rhe-786> Ta. πŸ™‚
10:42 < marita_RIPENCC> ta-daa πŸ™‚
10:42 < rhe-786> Cracking work.
10:42 < marita_RIPENCC> πŸ˜‰
10:50 < romeo_ncc> Ricardo has asked for questions
10:54 < romeo_ncc> The presentation has ended
10:54 < romeo_ncc> Annie Edmundson has started the presentation titled
10:54 < romeo_ncc> "Studying Transnational Routing Detours through Surveillance State"
10:56 < bengan> no presentation uploaded for current speach?
10:57 < cpetrie_RIPENCC> began: we’re looking into it
10:58 < bengan> great
11:05 < dnshane> IIRC, RIPE was started by northern Europeans to peer locally and keep traffic from going back and forth to the US.
11:06 < philip_NCC> I wonder if this is atlas probes at content providers not having optimized routes to other content providers.
11:07 < philip_NCC> Or the geo data is wrong.
11:09 < prt-8676> dnshane: Certainly the big EU IXPs were started to avoid traffic going transatlantic. One of the LINX's original joining requirements was that the new member had to show they had their own connectivity to the USA (you had to provide a traceroute to MAE-EAST)
11:13 < dnshane> I don't remember... did the presenter mention IPv6?
11:13 < dnshane> (Don't see the slides online.)
11:13 < adam_RIPENCC> bengan: We've uploaded the presentation to the website, you can find them at - sorry for the delay
11:13 < bengan> great. thanx
11:14 < rhe-786> dnshane: I've heard no mention of v6.
11:14 < philip_NCC> Assume it is v6, who would use the legacy protocol πŸ™‚
11:14 < dnshane> Ah, there it is. πŸ™‚
11:15 < jelte> πŸ™‚
11:16 < romeo_ncc> Annie has asked for questions
11:21 < dnshane> The world loves MaxMind. πŸ˜€
11:28 < dnshane> Wasn't there research about detecting MPLS?
11:28 < romeo_ncc> the presentation has ended
11:28 < romeo_ncc> the session has ended