Carrier Options in Bogota
jtodd at quad9.net
Fri Jul 1 18:27:39 UTC 2022
On 1 Jul 2022, at 6:47, nanoguser99 via NANOG wrote:
> I need good connectivity to local eyeball networks there. I've
> explored Cogent, Lumen, and a local clled Telxius and results are all
> over the map. Is there a provider that's 'well peered' with all the
> locals? Hoping this formats correctly but here's the results of ping
> tests on various looking glasses to prefixes of the various locals.
> Local Carriers IP Prefix Telxius Lumen Cogent
> COLOMBIA TELECOMUNICACIONES S.A. ESP 18.104.22.168/14 22.025
> ms 164ms 115 ms
> Telmex Colombia S.A. (Claro) 22.214.171.124/14 14.319 ms 63ms 115 ms
> Empresas Públicas de Medellín E.S.P. 126.96.36.199/23 94.264 ms 126
> ms 102 ms
> Movistar Colombia 188.8.131.52/24 38.894 ms 193ms 118 ms
> ETB - Colombia 184.108.40.206/16 5.340 ms 130ms 2.21 ms
> Columbus Networks Colombia 220.127.116.11/24 60.212 ms 99ms 89.8 ms
> Metrotel Colombia 18.104.22.168/19 20.989 ms 148ms 90.5 ms
> Any advice?
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[not exactly fitting the NA of NANOG, but I’m guessing there is an
interest in North-and-South connectivity in general, so will continue
You didn’t specify exactly how you’d like to get access to the
eyeballs, so I’ll throw our 2 pesos in here: We have deployed a number
of recursive resolvers in EdgeUno (AS7195) datacenters in LATAM
including Bogotá and have been very pleased with the results reaching
local eyeball networks. They have IP transit, co-location, and other
offerings so perhaps there is a match there.
We are also deployed in IX locations in LATAM with other
sponsorship/partnerships, but there are always edge cases that for
whatever political/economic/telcomindedness reasons are better covered
by transit arrangements. For the nations in which we are deployed with
them, EdgeUno has solved most of those issues for us.
Tests are possible via their LG: https://lg.edgeuno.com/
John Todd - jtodd at quad9.net
General Manager - Quad9 Recursive Resolver
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