Traceroute from within Colombia?

Jared Mauch jared at puck.Nether.net
Fri Mar 20 22:05:10 UTC 2015


	Bill,

	I went and quickly created a traceroute to the first one
with RIPE Atlas credits for you.

	Let me know if you need some, I have a few tens of millions of
credits that I will give out to people who need them.

	https://atlas.ripe.net/measurements/1902119/

	- Jared

On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 04:55:14PM -0500, Bill Woodcock wrote:
> Sorry to spam the list with this, but I have a problem that I can’t otherwise solve for myself.
> 
> If anyone is able to perform traceroutes to the following addresses _from within Colombia_ and email me the results, I’d very much appreciate it, and will owe a favor.
> 
> 199.7.91.13
> 192.203.230.10
> 199.7.83.42
> 156.154.100.25
> 156.154.101.25
> 156.154.102.25
> 156.154.103.25
> 156.154.104.25
> 156.154.105.25
> 2001:500:2D::D
> 2001:500:3::42
> 2001:502:2eda:0:0:0:0:21
> 2001:502:ad09:0:0:0:0:21
> 2610:a1:1009:0:0:0:0:21
> 2610:a1:1010:0:0:0:0:21
> 2610:a1:1011:0:0:0:0:21
> 2610:a1:1012:0:0:0:0:21
> 
> These are all anycast addresses, so traceroutes performed from machines outside Colombia won’t help me, unfortunately, since they’d be going to other anycast instances.  And yes, I’ve already looked for public looking-glasses and traceroute servers; the three I was able to find were all offline.  For those who are curious, these are nameservers which may be reachable through NAP Colombia, and I’m trying to verify that.
> 
> Much appreciated, and my apologies for using the list this way.
> 
>                                 -Bill
> 
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> 
> 



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