bgp traceroute tool?

Jason Canady jason at unlimitednet.us
Sun Dec 1 02:04:40 UTC 2013


I agree, ASN lookup in mtr would be awesome!  I'll have to look into that sometime. 

Jason


On Nov 30, 2013, at 19:58, Jason Lixfeld <jason at lixfeld.ca> wrote:

> It would be slick if someone could patch mtr to do this too.
> 
> Sent from my iPhone
> 
>> On Nov 30, 2013, at 7:19 PM, Rene Wilhelm <wilhelm at ripe.net> wrote:
>> 
>> 
>>> On 11/30/13 1:18 AM, Lee Clark wrote:
>>> The traceroute variant  included with CentOS 6.4 & Mint 13 has an -A
>>> flag which does ASN lookups. ntraceroute on FreeBSD supports it as
>>> well. I believe the Linux port is traceroute-nanog.
>>> 
>>> Lee
>> 
>> traceroute -A  consults the internet routing registry which is know
>> to beincomplete and at times incorrect when it comes to IP to
>> BGP origin AS mapping. For this reason we developed riswhois.ripe.net,
>> a whois style interface to the BGP data collected by RIPE NCC's Routing
>> information service (http://www.ripe.net/data-tools/stats/ris)
>> 
>> Reporting in the same format as the IRR, riswhois is plugin
>> compatible with whois.radb.net. If your linux traceroutederives
>> from http://traceroute.sourceforge.net/ all it takes to switch to
>> using true BGP info in traceroute is setting the environment variable
>> RA_SERVER to "riswhois.ripe.net"
>> 
>> 
>> -- Rene
>> 
>> P.S. the LFT tool metioned earlier in this thread can also use RISwhois
>> to lookup ASNs; just pass it the -r option on the command line.
>> 
>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> [user at box ~]# traceroute -V Modern traceroute for  Linux, version
>>> 2.0.14, Nov 11 2010 Copyright (c) 2008  Dmitry  Butskoy,   License:
>>> GPL v2 or any later
>>> 
>>> [user at box ~]# traceroute -A www.google.ca traceroute  to www.google.ca
>>> (74.125.226.127), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets  <snip> 6  72.14.197.33
>>> (72.14.197.33) [AS15169]  73.927 ms  69.254 ms69.305 ms 7
>>> 209.85.254.130 (209.85.254.130) [AS15169]  69.436 ms  209.85.254.122
>>> (209.85.254.122) [AS15169]  79.554 ms  64.269 ms 872.14.237.130
>>> (72.14.237.130) [AS15169]  64.979 ms  65.975 ms  209.85.254.238
>>> (209.85.254.238) [AS15169]  66.700 ms 9216.239.46.161
>>> (216.239.46.161) [AS15169]  71.293 ms  72.251 ms73.521 ms 10
>>> 209.85.250.207 (209.85.250.207) [AS15169]  74.454  ms  74.920 ms
>>> 75.889 ms 11  yyz08s13-in-f31.1e100.net  (74.125.226.127) [AS15169]
>>> 76.628 ms  77.105 ms  70.928 ms
>>> 
>>> 
>>> -----Original Message----- From: John Conner
>>> [mailto:bs7799 at gmail.com] Sent: Friday, November 29, 2013 5:04 PM To:
>>> nanog at nanog.org Subject: bgp traceroute tool?
>>> 
>>> Hi there, is there any tools available under linux which can do bgp
>>> traceroute? (print bgp AS numbers for each traceroute hop ) , i
>>> googled and found nothing.
>>> 
>>> thanks
>>> 
>>> John
> 



More information about the NANOG mailing list