Welcome to LOBSTER!
LOBSTER was a pilot European infrastructure for accurate Internet traffic monitoring. Based on passive monitoring, and capitalising on previous experience, the LOBSTER infrastructure was unique in Europe and one of only three similar infrastructures that existed in the world.
It therefore made a significant contribution to "IST 2.3.5 Research Networking testbeds" whose objective was "to integrate and validate ... state-of-the-art technology that is essential for preparing the future upgrades in the infrastructure deployed across Europe".
LOBSTER was a successor of the SCAMPI project.
- Updated LOBSTER Live CD issued - 14 September 2007
- New version of Stager released - 14 September 2007
- Published deliverable - D3.4: Integrating a LOBSTER Sensor with DeepSight - 28 August 2007
- Improving the Performance of Passive Network Monitoring Applications using Locality Buffering - 23 August 2007
- Extending the IPFIX protocol for better QoS monitoring - 10 July 2007
- Published deliverable D3.3: Deployment - second phase - 2 July 2007
- More than 400,000 Internet attacks detected by LOBSTER - 17 May 2007
- Attack traces from LOBSTER sensors available - 17 May 2007
The LOBSTER Project was funded by the European Commission, but any opinions expressed on this server do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Commission. Contract No. 004336.