Traceroute from within Colombia?

bas kilobit at gmail.com
Sun Mar 22 21:25:13 UTC 2015


Three more from atlas.

But I would think PCH has resources to procure and host a RIPE anchor node.
https://atlas.ripe.net/about/anchors/
The amount of credits accrued from a single anchor should be enough for all
your testing needs.

If you are not familiar enough with RIPE Atlas, please create an account
and I will transfer you 100.000 credits so you can play around.

https://atlas.ripe.net/measurements/1904675/
https://atlas.ripe.net/measurements/1904676/
https://atlas.ripe.net/measurements/1904677/

Good luck.

On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 10:55 PM, Bill Woodcock <woody at pch.net> 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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