PRIMEnet

Predictive Analysis of Routing and Network flows for an Intelligent Network Management

Description

The subordinate goal of the project PRIMEnet is the development of intelligent and inovative analytic processes for predictive assessments of the quality of service in complex communication networks. PRIMEnet aims to use automated network management to ensure configuration decisions are made so that first-class performance values are achieved at the core of the Internet. By testing machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques, PRIMEnet will design and evaluate methods and tools that enable providers to perform capacity planning in a resilient manner and ensure high quality of service in the long term.

Partners

  • Leitwert GmbH
  • BENOCS GmbH
  • Deutsche Telekom AG
  • Deutsche Telekom Technik GmbH
  • Freie Universität Berlin
  • HAW Hamburg

Related publications

2022-10-01 Patrick Sattler, Juliane Aulbach, Johannes Zirngibl, Georg Carle, “Towards a Tectonic Traffic Shift? Investigating Apple’s New Relay Network,” in Proceedings of the 2022 Internet Measurement Conference, Oct. 2022. [Pdf] [Homepage] [Rawdata] [Bib]
2022-10-01 Johannes Zirngibl, Lion Steger, Patrick Sattler, Oliver Gasser, Georg Carle, “Rusty Clusters? Dusting an IPv6 Research Foundation,” in Proceedings of the 2022 Internet Measurement Conference, Oct. 2022. [Pdf] [Homepage] [Rawdata] [Bib]
2022-06-01 Johannes Zirngibl, Steffen Deusch, Patrick Sattler, Juliane Aulbach, Georg Carle, Mattijs Jonker, “Domain Parking: Largely Present, Rarely Considered!,” in Proc. Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis Conference (TMA) 2022, Jun. 2022. [Pdf] [Bib]
2022-06-01 Fabian Franzen, Lion Steger, Johannes Zirngibl, Patrick Sattler, “Looking for Honey Once Again: Detecting RDP and SMB Honeypots on the Internet,” in International Workshop on Traffic Measurements for Cybersecurity 2022, Jun. 2022. [Pdf] [Slides] [Sourcecode] [Bib]
2021-11-01 Johannes Zirngibl, Philippe Buschmann, Patrick Sattler, Benedikt Jaeger, Juliane Aulbach, Georg Carle, “It’s over 9000: Analyzing early QUIC Deployments with the Standardization on the Horizon,” in Proceedings of the 2021 Internet Measurement Conference, New York, NY, USA, Nov. 2021. [Preprint] [Homepage] [Rawdata] [Recording] [DOI] [Bib]

Finished student theses

Author Title Type Advisors Year Links
Raphael Schmid ROV + IRR: Are Authorized Routes Registered? BA Johannes Zirngibl, Patrick Sattler, Juliane Aulbach 2021 Pdf
Pascal Henschke Analyzing BGP as a Graph BA Johannes Zirngibl, Patrick Sattler, Juliane Aulbach 2021 Pdf
Steffen Deusch Analyzing the Effect of Domain Parking on DNS Based Research BA Johannes Zirngibl, Patrick Sattler, Juliane Aulbach 2021 Pdf
Felix Myhsok Blocklists: Who is blocked? BA Johannes Zirngibl, Patrick Sattler, Markus Sosnowski 2021 Pdf
Daniel Hegedüs The First Year of QUIC v1 Deployment BA Johannes Zirngibl, Patrick Sattler, Benedikt Jaeger, Juliane Aulbach 2021 Pdf
Patryk Brzoza KPI Analysis of Webserver Traffic through Active Measurements MA Simon Bauer, Benedikt Jaeger, Patrick Sattler, Christoph Schwarzenberg 2021
Yannik Gehring Revealing Organizational Structures in an Internet-wide TLS Graph MA Markus Sosnowski, Patrick Sattler, Juliane Aulbach 2021 Pdf
Zeynep Sonkaya Development of an Efficient Large Scale DNS Scanning Pipeline IDP Patrick Sattler, Johannes Zirngibl 2021 Pdf
Tobias Wothge Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Protocol Detection BA Patrick Sattler, Lars Wüstrich, Johannes Zirngibl 2021
Karoline Ilse IPv6 Deployment Analysis using BGP Announcements BA Patrick Sattler, Johannes Zirngibl, Juliane Aulbach 2021 Pdf

Open and running student theses

Author Title Type Advisors Year Links
Rene Jung Capturing the Internet presence of Organizations with the help of a TLS Graph BA Markus Sosnowski, Patrick Sattler 2022 Pdf
Christian Benedikt Dietze Setup and Deployment of a Resilient Internet Scanning Infrastructure IDP Patrick Sattler, Johannes Zirngibl 2022 Pdf
Reserviert Target Generation for IPv6 Hitlists BA, MA, IDP Lion Steger, Johannes Zirngibl 2022 Pdf
Reserviert Structural Analysis of the Great Firewall of China MA Lion Steger, Johannes Zirngibl 2022 Pdf
Florian Gebauer Evaluating Different QUIC Scan Approaches BA Johannes Zirngibl, Patrick Sattler, Juliane Aulbach 2022 Pdf
offen Analysis of Aliased Prefixes in the Internet BA, MA Patrick Sattler, Johannes Zirngibl, Juliane Aulbach 2022 Pdf
Sebastian Voit Bringing QUIC to High-speed Networks MA Benedikt Jaeger, Johannes Zirngibl 2021 Pdf