Create your customized Internet measurements

By on 5 Dec 2016

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Are you interested in measuring your Internet connectivity and reachability?

APNIC Members recently received “one million RIPE Atlas credits” to participate in RIPE Atlas, a global Internet measurement network that measures Internet connectivity from thousands of probes hosted by volunteers around the world. The credits can be used to create customized Internet measurements to:

  • Continuously monitor network connectivity
  • Troubleshoot network issues with quick, flexible connectivity checks
  • Create alarms that work with your own monitoring tools
  • Check the responsiveness of DNS infrastructure, such as root name servers
  • Test IPv6 connectivity

If you would like to participate or have any questions, please contact the RIPE Atlas team at


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