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RIPE Atlas Usage Webinar 18-19 August 2020

Over two days, three RIPE Atlas experts will teach you how to use the platform for network monitoring and troubleshooting and how to install a RIPE Atlas software probe.

This webinar is aimed at network operators who have general knowledge about IP networking, DNS and BGP, as well as a programming language such as Java or Python.

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Broken traffic graphs in latest firmware (5010)

A change in the RIPE Atlas probe code to make reporting traffic statistics optional in software probes (and disabled by default) has the unfortunate side-effect that reporting of traffic statistics is now disabled on Version 3 and Version 4 hardware probes, as well as all anchors. This change was rolled out in firmware version 5010.

Unfortunately, this effect was not spotted during testing. We will roll out a new firmware release that corrects this issue in coming weeks.

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