Welcome to Project BISmark

BISmark is the Broadband Internet Service Benchmark. It is a project led by Georgia Tech and the University of Napoli Federico II to develop an OpenWRT-based platform for performing measurements of ISP performance, as well as traffic inside the home. You can use BISmark to measure the performance of their ISP, visualize and monitor traffic patterns from your users and devices inside your home network, and manage your usage caps.

Learn more about BISmark

For more information on how to install BISmark on your own router, please see our project wiki.

Documentation

Software

Papers and Talks

Talks

Papers

People

We are also grateful to many other contributors who are supporting the project through bug fixes, patches, research, and other improvements. We are indebted to the OpenWRT development team for their continuing support of BISmark.

Links

Funding

Project BISmark is supported by NSF Award CNS-1059350 and a Google Focused Research Award.