14 Apr 2010
The DITL (Day in the Life of the Internet) Project is a large-scale simultaneous collection of Internet traffic run to provide strategic datasets for research purposes.
This collection has been conducted yearly since 2006, and 2010 is no exception. Starting on April 13 until the 15th, traffic from the DNS root servers, Regional Internet Registries like APNIC, TLD operators and other key actors will be captured. New Zealand Registry Services will participate for the first time, collecting DNS queries in the nameservers serving .nz.