geographical database of networks

steve c blair sblair at
Thu Sep 23 19:26:30 UTC 1999

what about quarterman's maps. they used to cover this exact type of thing.
where's jsq when you need him?

bmanning at wrote:

> >
> > Hello
> >
> > Has anyone ever attempted to create a geographical database of networks?
> > In other words, zone the world into pertinent, well-known blocks and do a
> > network->zone key->value pair.
> >
> > --matt hempel
>         You mean like HWB & KC did a couple years back at one of the IEPG
> meetings?  Or the in-addr <-> delegate map that was presented at the IEPG
> meeting in Chicago in 1998?  Granted, it was a fairly high-level map w/o
> lots of detail.  Much more could be done, including doing  a really goofy
> mapping of ASN, prefix, delegation triples.
> -- bill

take care......../sblair "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?"
steve blair principal engineer  Tivoli EMEA Advanced Technology Group

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