is dead

Kyle Weller kweller at
Thu Jun 29 12:56:34 CST 2017

Good work,
However the constant captcha sucks allot, can you add a few shorter frequencies? Maybe 1-10 seconds rather than one minute intervals?  I'd also like to see perhaps a graph view of Comcast, Level3, Verizon, etc to see if any latency between networks perhaps done via traceroutes?
Kyle Weller

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From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-bounces at] On Behalf Of Janusz Jezowicz
Sent: Thursday, June 29, 2017 3:01 AM
To: Sean Hunter <jamesb2147 at>
Cc: NANOG <nanog at>
Subject: Re: is dead

I guess one way is to compile list of Looking Glass servers on those providers and also list of IPs that belong to those and start pinging each other to produce the matrix.

You can also try RIPE Atlas or RIPE and Maplatency can be automated using API so the matrix could be built automatically. In any case you will need to find out destination IPs within the network so you have something to ping (that should not be that hard, you can use,1,b5YPgTjwBumoJT2-MEUXY-0vdnUzLi1Q6rZbQiGVvC1rN-v6lnxlIZGswzLS23K9C3NVDTHgvRkoVpx214iwp5yMZZ3JG9Vvi6nsQFibIxnI8HwTEYw,&typo=1 for that)

Disclosure: I work for Speedchecker which created Maplatency

On 29 June 2017 at 00:18, Sean Hunter <jamesb2147 at> wrote:

> It displayed real-time(-ish) latency and packet loss between major
> networks. As companies were acquired, this became less useful, but it
> still had it moments.
> For the visually oriented, see the link above.
> On Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 4:36 PM, Josh Reynolds <josh at>
> wrote:
> > ... it might help explaining what the site did.
> >
> > - Josh
> >
> > On Jun 28, 2017 10:51 AM, "Sean Hunter" <jamesb2147 at> wrote:
> >
> >> Anyone know of a site with similar functionality?
> >>
> >> ,1,2FQrgejwwpolnJAgJOR0dOtA9XZN9ji6Cr9Y6EDOFw082geN5u8lDTpnKWS5BUR_
> >> jNxrU8yPHXoYo2aFCVldVlAAxBof8CdaFhLrgQ,,&typo=1
> >> redirects to Dynatrace homepage now.
> >>
> >


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