The following interactive map was generated by sending a job to the sites in the dteam VO. This job tried to determine the network path (using the traceroute command) to all other sites in the dteam VO.

Notice: You can click on red site icons to see their names, and use the controls to change the view, but be patient (there is a lot of data).

On this map are only represented the sites which satisfy all the following:

  • The site is registered in the dteam VO
  • The site contains at least one CE
  • The CE was accessible at the time of the test

Each network segment should be represented if at least one of the related traceroute probes (see GridNetworkMonitoring#TracerouteTestsTopic) succeeded (which should be true for a majority of them).

Also, if several routers or network segments were found with the same GPS coordinates, only one is represented.

Therefore this map is not complete. However it is intended to give a good overview of the distribution of the sites and of the network segments between sites.

GPS coordinates were obtained from the site http://www.geoiptool.com (they seem to be correct in most cases).

-- EtienneDUBLE - 04 May 2009

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