M-Lab is open to applications from researchers who develop and maintain open source network measurement tests that conform to our goals and support our mission . However, the vast majority of proposed M-Lab tests are not accepted because of the high standard that M-Lab sets for the tests that we host. We require all tests to be actually initiated by an end-user; that is, we don’t allow automatic tests to be run between measurement points on the platform. And the test must be remotely managed from a systems perspective; a test installed on our servers must start up and begin waiting for people to start connecting to it to run their test. These active, client-initiated, off-net network measurement tests must examine the full network path between the consumer and the Internet.
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