Request for Information - IPv6 Routing Table Snapshots

Joel Jaeggli joelja at
Tue Jan 5 16:13:44 UTC 2010

you might take a look at

last I looked it had 22 neighbors.

you can either telnet to it (it's quagga) or look in the archived ribs here:

Michael K. Smith - Adhost wrote:
> Hello Everyone:
> I am requesting the assistance of operators who are receiving full IPv6
> routing tables from upstream, transit providers.  If you could send me a
> copy of your full IPv6 table, as plain text or whatever format best
> suits, I would be sincerely grateful.
> I am doing some preliminary work on a potential NANOG presentation
> regarding the differences in IPv6 routing tables presentation from
> various "large" transit providers, because I've seen some oddities in
> announcement variations between several of them and want to dig deeper.
> Sadly, I only have two v6 transit providers, although I've had a third
> in the past and will again in the near future, so I will have 3 tables
> to compare.  It would be good to have as many sample objects as
> possible.
> Please note this isn't a matter of looking at the global routing table
> from a looking glass - I'm interested to see what each provider is
> presenting to their customer, and extrapolating internal policies and
> potential pitfalls in the future as IPv6 is deployed in earnest.  
> I have tables from NTT, TWTC and HE already.  If you could add to this I
> would be grateful.  Please feel free to contact me directly with any
> questions or concerns as well.
> Kind Regards,
> Mike Smith
> --
> Michael K. Smith - CISSP, GSEC, GISP
> Chief Technical Officer - Adhost Internet LLC mksmith at
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