On February 19-20, 1996, with the support of the National Science Foundation, NLANR held a workshop at the San Diego Supercomputer Center to discuss the current and future state of Internet measurement and analysis. The intent of the workshop was to facilitate discussion among communities of academia, equipment vendors, and service providers, who share an interest in and incentive to understand one another's interests and concerns with Internet statistics and analysis. Attendance at the workshop was limited, and attendees were expected to present or formulate position papers to participate. The workshop was organized by K. Claffy, Mark Garrett, and Hans-Werner Braun. This report is derived from minutes taken by various contributors at the workshop.