Proceedings of the Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test (CSET)
Department of Computer Science
We describe our experiences in deploying a campus-wide wireless security testbed. The testbed gives us the capability to monitor security-related aspects of the 802.11 MAC layer in over 200 diverse campus locations. We describe both the technical and the social challenges of designing, building, and deploying such a system, which, to the best of our knowledge, is the largest such testbed in academia (with the UCSD's Jigsaw infrastructure a close competitor). In this paper we focus on the \em testbed setup, rather than on the experimental data and results.
Sergey Bratus, David Kotz, Keren Tan, William Taylor, Anna Shubina, Bennet Vance, and Michael E. Locasto. Dartmouth Internet Security Testbed (DIST): building a campus-wide wireless testbed. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test (CSET), August 2009.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Bratus, Sergey; Kotz, David; Tan, Keren; Taylor, William; Shubina, Anna; Vance, Bennet; and Locasto, Michael E., "Dartmouth Internet Security Testbed (Dist): Building a Campus-Wide Wireless Testbed" (2009). Dartmouth Scholarship. 3322.