Request for Information - IPv6 Routing Table Snapshots

mkarir mkarir at merit.edu
Tue Jan 5 15:18:43 CST 2010


You could also try asking the BGP bot which has a couple of views.

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show ip bgp view
show bgp view RS-SWITCH ipv6


-manish



> Date: Tue, 05 Jan 2010 08:13:44 -0800
> From: Joel Jaeggli <joelja at bogus.com>
> Subject: Re: Request for Information - IPv6 Routing Table Snapshots
> To: "Michael K. Smith - Adhost" <mksmith at adhost.com>
> Cc: nanog at nanog.org
> Message-ID: <4B436538.2000508 at bogus.com>
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>
> you might take a look at route-views6.routeviews.org
>
> last I looked it had 22 neighbors.
>
> you can either telnet to it (it's quagga) or look in the archived  
> ribs here:
>
> http://archive.routeviews.org/route-views6/bgpdata/
>
> 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 adhost.com
>> w: +1 (206) 404-9500 f: +1 (206) 404-9050
>> PGP: B49A DDF5 8611 27F3  08B9 84BB E61E 38C0 (Key ID: 0x9A96777D)
>>
>




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