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Internet Maps

Shows, for each probe, which root DNS server instance the probe ends up querying, when they ask a particular root server. In other words, it shows the "gravitational radius" for root DNS server instances.

Shows a comparison of response time for DNS SOA queries to all the root DNS servers. For each probe, a marker shows the "best" root server with colour identifying the related minimum response time.

This map shows the reply time to the SOA query of a particular root DNS server, over the selected transport protocol (UDP, TCP or comparison of the two) for each probe.

Shows the colour coding for the RTT value for the particular destination for each probe. The minimum / average / maximum values are based on standard "ping" measurements.

Shows if the particular fixed destination is reachable or not from each probe. Red markers indicate that the specific destination for these probes are unreachable and green reachable.