A post I wrote for RIPE Labs has been published today: The RIPE Atlas Monitor – Network Monitoring with RIPE Atlas.
It’s about a Python tool I developed to monitor results collected by RIPE Atlas probes and verify they match against predefined expected values: ripe-atlas-monitor:
descr: Check network reachability matching_rules: - descr: Probes from France via AS64496 src_country: FR expected_results: ViaAS64496 actions: EMailToNOC - descr: RTT from AS64499 and AS64500 below 50ms src_as: - 64499 - 64500 expected_results: LowRTT actions: EMailToNOC expected_results: ViaAS64496: upstream_as: 64496 LowRTT: rtt: 50 actions: EMailToNOC: kind: email to_addr: email@example.com subject: "ripe-atlas-monitor: unexpected results" measurement-id: 123456789
For more details: GitHub / official documentation site.
Contributions and suggestions from the community are very welcome!
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Italian, born in 1980, I started working in the IT/telecommunications industry in the late '90s; I'm now a system and network engineer with a deep knowledge of the global Internet and its core architectures, and a strong focus on network automation.
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