wanted: your old NAT home router

Lars Eggert lars.eggert at nokia.com
Wed Jun 2 15:37:02 UTC 2010


FYI, a first report with test results for 34 devices is available athttp://fit.nokia.com/lars/tmp/2010-hgw-study.pdf. Slides that summarize the results are at http://fit.nokia.com/lars/tmp/2010-hgw-study-slides.pdf.

We have received another 30-odd devices as donations, which we'll add to the testbed and include in a follow-up study.

If you have an unused, spare home gateway to donate to this effort, please contact us at nat-study at fit.nokia.com. We're also interested in obtaining a DSLAM and a CMTS.


On 2010-4-29, at 12:35, Lars Eggert wrote:
> Hi,
> for a measurement study done together with Markku Kojo's team at the University of Helsinki, we're looking to collect as many different NAT home routers as possible. If you have an old clunker lying around somewhere, please contact me off-list. I'll cover shipping via DHL. Feel free to forward this email as you see fit.
> The boxes will find a permanent home at the University of Helsinki. Study results will be published openly. The intent is that this collection become a resource for the community to be shared for future studies. 
> Caveat: The boxes should NAT between Ethernet interfaces - we don't have DSL or cable access equipment in the lab setup at the moment.
> Thanks,
> Lars

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