The CAIDA OC48 Peering Point Traces Dataset (2002-2003)
This dataset contains anonymized passive traffic traces taken at a west coast OC48 peering link for a large ISP in 2002 and 2003. The payload has been removed and IP addresses anonymized using CryptoPAn prefix-preserving anonymization tool with the same key for all traces in this dataset. This data is useful for research on the characteristics of Internet traffic, including application breakdown, security events, topological distribution, and flow volume and duration.
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As specified in TOU, if you use this dataset in any publication (including but not limited to: papers, web pages, presentations, and papers published by a third party), you must include the following reference:
'CAIDA OC48 Peering Point Traces dataset', [dates used], www.impactcybertrust.org, DOI 10.23721/107/1421849Also, please report your publication using this dataset to CAIDA.
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