Carrier Options in Bogota

Manny Vivar manny.v at hostdime.com
Thu Jul 7 13:53:44 UTC 2022


MediaCommerce has significant fiber and one of the largest networks within Colombia (not known to many outside of Colombia but those who operate in Colombia know them) and has good eyeball traffic within the country. They keep it local to not boomerang bank to Miami like many. They just installed a 100G POP in our new Tier IV data center in North Bogota, Colombia if you wish to connect with them let me know I can put you in contact with them. 
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> Date: Fri, 01 Jul 2022 13:47:28 +0000
> From: nanoguser99 <nanoguser99 at protonmail.com>
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> Nanog,
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> 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	152.200.0.0/14	22.025 ms	164ms	115 ms
> Telmex Colombia S.A. (Claro)	190.144.0.0/14	14.319 ms	63ms	115 ms
> Empresas P?blicas de Medell?n E.S.P.	201.220.30.0/23	94.264 ms	126 ms	102 ms
> Movistar Colombia	186.116.14.0/24	38.894 ms	193ms	118 ms
> ETB - Colombia	186.154.0.0/16	5.340 ms	130ms	2.21 ms
> Columbus Networks Colombia	138.121.12.0/24	60.212 ms	99ms	89.8 ms
> Metrotel Colombia	190.1.128.0/19	20.989 ms	148ms	90.5 ms
> Any advice?
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> From: Max Tulyev <maxtul at netassist.ua>
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> 01.07.22 16:47, nanoguser99 via NANOG ????:
>> Nanog,
>> 
>> 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 	152.200.0.0/14 	22.025 ms 	164ms 
>> 115 ms
>> Telmex Colombia S.A. (Claro) 	190.144.0.0/14 	14.319 ms 	63ms 	115 ms
>> Empresas P?blicas de Medell?n E.S.P. 	201.220.30.0/23 	94.264 ms 	126 
>> ms 	102 ms
>> Movistar Colombia 	186.116.14.0/24 	38.894 ms 	193ms 	118 ms
>> ETB - Colombia 	186.154.0.0/16 	5.340 ms 	130ms 	2.21 ms
>> Columbus Networks Colombia 	138.121.12.0/24 	60.212 ms 	99ms 	89.8 ms
>> Metrotel Colombia 	190.1.128.0/19 	20.989 ms 	148ms 	90.5 ms
>> 
>> 
>> Any advice?
> 
> If your service is critical to RTT and bandwith - you only have to rent 
> a DWDM channels to Bogota and build your own connectivity there.
> 
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> IPv4 Routing Table Report   04:00 +10GMT Sat 02 Jul, 2022
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>  BGP Table (Global) as seen in Japan.
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> Report Website:     https://thyme.apnic.net
> Detailed Analysis:  https://thyme.apnic.net/current/
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> Analysis Summary
> ----------------
> 
> BGP routing table entries examined:                              902042
>    Prefixes after maximum aggregation (per Origin AS):          340029
>    Deaggregation factor:                                          2.65
>    Unique aggregates announced (without unneeded subnets):      434638
> Total ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:                 73329
>    Prefixes per ASN:                                             12.30
> Origin-only ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:           62916
> Origin ASes announcing only one prefix:                           25883
> Transit ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:               10413
> Transit-only ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:            383
> Average AS path length visible in the Internet Routing Table:       4.3
>    Max AS path length visible:                                      65
>    Max AS path prepend of ASN ( 37447)                              57
> Prefixes from unregistered ASNs in the Routing Table:               903
>    Number of instances of unregistered ASNs:                       908
> Number of 32-bit ASNs allocated by the RIRs:                      39719
> Number of 32-bit ASNs visible in the Routing Table:               32900
> Prefixes from 32-bit ASNs in the Routing Table:                  156375
> Number of bogon 32-bit ASNs visible in the Routing Table:            26
> Special use prefixes present in the Routing Table:                    1
> Prefixes being announced from unallocated address space:            486
> Number of addresses announced to Internet:                   3068212352
>    Equivalent to 182 /8s, 225 /16s and 52 /24s
>    Percentage of available address space announced:               82.9
>    Percentage of allocated address space announced:               82.9
>    Percentage of available address space allocated:              100.0
>    Percentage of address space in use by end-sites:               99.6
> Total number of prefixes smaller than registry allocations:      306196
> 
> APNIC Region Analysis Summary
> -----------------------------
> 
> Prefixes being announced by APNIC Region ASes:                   235588
>    Total APNIC prefixes after maximum aggregation:               67010
>    APNIC Deaggregation factor:                                    3.52
> Prefixes being announced from the APNIC address blocks:          230804
>    Unique aggregates announced from the APNIC address blocks:    95412
> APNIC Region origin ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:   12750
>    APNIC Prefixes per ASN:                                       18.10
> APNIC Region origin ASes announcing only one prefix:               3668
> APNIC Region transit ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:   1746
> Average APNIC Region AS path length visible:                        4.7
>    Max APNIC Region AS path length visible:                         32
> Number of APNIC region 32-bit ASNs visible in the Routing Table:   7966
> Number of APNIC addresses announced to Internet:              773059328
>    Equivalent to 46 /8s, 19 /16s and 243 /24s
> APNIC AS Blocks        4608-4864, 7467-7722, 9216-10239, 17408-18431
> (pre-ERX allocations)  23552-24575, 37888-38911, 45056-46079, 55296-56319,
>                       58368-59391, 63488-64098, 64297-64395, 131072-151865
> APNIC Address Blocks     1/8,  14/8,  27/8,  36/8,  39/8,  42/8,  43/8,
>                        49/8,  58/8,  59/8,  60/8,  61/8, 101/8, 103/8,
>                       106/8, 110/8, 111/8, 112/8, 113/8, 114/8, 115/8,
>                       116/8, 117/8, 118/8, 119/8, 120/8, 121/8, 122/8,
>                       123/8, 124/8, 125/8, 126/8, 133/8, 150/8, 153/8,
>                       163/8, 171/8, 175/8, 180/8, 182/8, 183/8, 202/8,
>                       203/8, 210/8, 211/8, 218/8, 219/8, 220/8, 221/8,
>                       222/8, 223/8,
> 
> ARIN Region Analysis Summary
> ----------------------------
> 
> Prefixes being announced by ARIN Region ASes:                    263347
>    Total ARIN prefixes after maximum aggregation:               120546
>    ARIN Deaggregation factor:                                     2.18
> Prefixes being announced from the ARIN address blocks:           263570
>    Unique aggregates announced from the ARIN address blocks:    126880
> ARIN Region origin ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:    19048
>    ARIN Prefixes per ASN:                                        13.84
> ARIN Region origin ASes announcing only one prefix:                6908
> ARIN Region transit ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:    1945
> Average ARIN Region AS path length visible:                         3.8
>    Max ARIN Region AS path length visible:                          34
> Number of ARIN region 32-bit ASNs visible in the Routing Table:    4543
> Number of ARIN addresses announced to Internet:              1296755200
>    Equivalent to 77 /8s, 74 /16s and 234 /24s
> ARIN AS Blocks         1-1876, 1902-2042, 2044-2046, 2048-2106
> (pre-ERX allocations)  2138-2584, 2615-2772, 2823-2829, 2880-3153
>                       3354-4607, 4865-5119, 5632-6655, 6912-7466
>                       7723-8191, 10240-12287, 13312-15359, 16384-17407
>                       18432-20479, 21504-23551, 25600-26591,
>                       26624-27647, 29696-30719, 31744-33791
>                       35840-36863, 39936-40959, 46080-47103
>                       53248-55295, 62464-63487, 64198-64296, 393216-401308
> ARIN Address Blocks      3/8,   4/8,   6/8,   7/8,   8/8,   9/8,  11/8,
>                        12/8,  13/8,  15/8,  16/8,  17/8,  18/8,  19/8,
>                        20/8,  21/8,  22/8,  23/8,  24/8,  26/8,  28/8,
>                        29/8,  30/8,  32/8,  33/8,  34/8,  35/8,  38/8,
>                        40/8,  44/8,  47/8,  48/8,  50/8,  52/8,  53/8,
>                        54/8,  55/8,  56/8,  57/8,  63/8,  64/8,  65/8,
>                        66/8,  67/8,  68/8,  69/8,  70/8,  71/8,  72/8,
>                        73/8,  74/8,  75/8,  76/8,  96/8,  97/8,  98/8,
>                        99/8, 100/8, 104/8, 107/8, 108/8, 128/8, 129/8,
>                       130/8, 131/8, 132/8, 134/8, 135/8, 136/8, 137/8,
>                       138/8, 139/8, 140/8, 142/8, 143/8, 144/8, 146/8,
>                       147/8, 148/8, 149/8, 152/8, 155/8, 156/8, 157/8,
>                       158/8, 159/8, 160/8, 161/8, 162/8, 164/8, 165/8,
>                       166/8, 167/8, 168/8, 169/8, 170/8, 172/8, 173/8,
>                       174/8, 184/8, 192/8, 198/8, 199/8, 204/8, 205/8,
>                       206/8, 207/8, 208/8, 209/8, 214/8, 215/8, 216/8,
> 
> 
> RIPE Region Analysis Summary
> ----------------------------
> 
> Prefixes being announced by RIPE Region ASes:                    258869
>    Total RIPE prefixes after maximum aggregation:               118611
>    RIPE Deaggregation factor:                                     2.18
> Prefixes being announced from the RIPE address blocks:           256176
>    Unique aggregates announced from the RIPE address blocks:    151681
> RIPE Region origin ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:    28148
>    RIPE Prefixes per ASN:                                         9.10
> RIPE Region origin ASes announcing only one prefix:               12040
> RIPE Region transit ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:    3984
> Average RIPE Region AS path length visible:                         4.3
>    Max RIPE Region AS path length visible:                          35
> Number of RIPE region 32-bit ASNs visible in the Routing Table:   10715
> Number of RIPE addresses announced to Internet:               713945728
>    Equivalent to 42 /8s, 141 /16s and 242 /24s
> RIPE AS Blocks         1877-1901, 2043, 2047, 2107-2136, 2585-2614
> (pre-ERX allocations)  2773-2822, 2830-2879, 3154-3353, 5377-5631
>                       6656-6911, 8192-9215, 12288-13311, 15360-16383
>                       20480-21503, 24576-25599, 28672-29695
>                       30720-31743, 33792-35839, 38912-39935
>                       40960-45055, 47104-52223, 56320-58367
>                       59392-61439, 61952-62463, 64396-64495
>                       196608-213403
> RIPE Address Blocks      2/8,   5/8,  25/8,  31/8,  37/8,  46/8,  51/8,
>                        62/8,  77/8,  78/8,  79/8,  80/8,  81/8,  82/8,
>                        83/8,  84/8,  85/8,  86/8,  87/8,  88/8,  89/8,
>                        90/8,  91/8,  92/8,  93/8,  94/8,  95/8, 109/8,
>                       141/8, 145/8, 151/8, 176/8, 178/8, 185/8, 188/8,
>                       193/8, 194/8, 195/8, 212/8, 213/8, 217/8,
> 
> LACNIC Region Analysis Summary
> ------------------------------
> 
> Prefixes being announced by LACNIC Region ASes:                  115408
>    Total LACNIC prefixes after maximum aggregation:              27658
>    LACNIC Deaggregation factor:                                   4.17
> Prefixes being announced from the LACNIC address blocks:         115182
>    Unique aggregates announced from the LACNIC address blocks:   48711
> LACNIC Region origin ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:  10979
>    LACNIC Prefixes per ASN:                                      10.49
> LACNIC Region origin ASes announcing only one prefix:              2692
> LACNIC Region transit ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:  2244
> Average LACNIC Region AS path length visible:                       4.9
>    Max LACNIC Region AS path length visible:                        55
> Number of LACNIC region 32-bit ASNs visible in the Routing Table:  8699
> Number of LACNIC addresses announced to Internet:             176466944
>    Equivalent to 10 /8s, 132 /16s and 172 /24s
> LACNIC AS Blocks       26592-26623, 27648-28671, 52224-53247,
>                       61440-61951, 64099-64197, 262144-273820 + ERX transfers
> LACNIC Address Blocks  177/8, 179/8, 181/8, 186/8, 187/8, 189/8, 190/8,
>                       191/8, 200/8, 201/8,
> 
> AfriNIC Region Analysis Summary
> -------------------------------
> 
> Prefixes being announced by AfriNIC Region ASes:                  27927
>    Total AfriNIC prefixes after maximum aggregation:              5508
>    AfriNIC Deaggregation factor:                                  5.07
> Prefixes being announced from the AfriNIC address blocks:         35824
>    Unique aggregates announced from the AfriNIC address blocks:  11541
> AfriNIC Region origin ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:  1649
>    AfriNIC Prefixes per ASN:                                     21.72
> AfriNIC Region origin ASes announcing only one prefix:              575
> AfriNIC Region transit ASes present in the Internet Routing Table:  325
> Average AfriNIC Region AS path length visible:                      5.1
>    Max AfriNIC Region AS path length visible:                       65
> Number of AfriNIC region 32-bit ASNs visible in the Routing Table:  977
> Number of AfriNIC addresses announced to Internet:            107706112
>    Equivalent to 6 /8s, 107 /16s and 119 /24s
> AfriNIC AS Blocks      36864-37887, 327680-329727 & ERX transfers
> AfriNIC Address Blocks  41/8,  45/8, 102/8, 105/8, 154/8, 196/8, 197/8,
> 
> 
> APNIC Region per AS prefix count summary
> ----------------------------------------
> 
>   ASN  No of nets  /20 equiv  MaxAgg  Description
>  9808        9265       8883      49  CHINAMOBILE-CN China Mobile Communicati
>  7545        5927        789     695  TPG-INTERNET-AP TPG Telecom Limited, AU
>  4538        4714       4192      75  ERX-CERNET-BKB China Education and Rese
>  7552        3529       1330      19  VIETEL-AS-AP Viettel Group, VN
>  7713        3497       1039      53  TELKOMNET-AS-AP PT Telekomunikasi Indon
> 45899        3427       1880      56  VNPT-AS-VN VNPT Corp, VN
>  4766        2494      11125     600  KIXS-AS-KR Korea Telecom, KR
>  9498        2422        499     236  BBIL-AP BHARTI Airtel Ltd., IN
> 45090        2172       1438      79  TENCENT-NET-AP Shenzhen Tencent Compute
>  4755        2124        425     216  TATACOMM-AS TATA Communications formerl
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-ASnet-APNIC
> 
> ARIN Region per AS prefix count summary
> ---------------------------------------
> 
>   ASN  No of nets  /20 equiv  MaxAgg  Description
> 16509        6703      10379    2680  AMAZON-02, US
> 11492        4507        299     675  CABLEONE, US
>  7155        3901        264      31  VIASAT-SP-BACKBONE, US
> 22773        3880       3146     354  ASN-CXA-ALL-CCI-22773-RDC, US
> 16625        3470       1784    2506  AKAMAI-AS, US
>  6327        3437       1319      63  SHAW, CA
>   749        2991      50739    2249  DNIC-AS-00749, US
> 30036        2631        374     139  MEDIACOM-ENTERPRISE-BUSINESS, US
> 396982        2510       3343     359  GOOGLE-CLOUD-PLATFORM, US
>   209        2433       4953     416  CENTURYLINK-US-LEGACY-QWEST, US
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-ASnet-ARIN
> 
> RIPE Region per AS prefix count summary
> ---------------------------------------
> 
>   ASN  No of nets  /20 equiv  MaxAgg  Description
> 12479        6884       1730     144  UNI2-AS, ES
>  9121        6725       1692      17  TTNET, TR
>  8551        4011        374      39  BEZEQ-INTERNATIONAL-AS Bezeqint Interne
> 39891        4005        234      45  ALJAWWALSTC-AS, SA
> 20940        4001       3361     206  AKAMAI-ASN1, NL
> 12389        2943       2289     910  ROSTELECOM-AS, RU
>  6849        2718        355      21  UKRTELNET, UA
>  9009        2563        253    1328  M247, GB
> 34984        2245        358     634  TELLCOM-AS, TR
> 47331        2075        326    1591  TTNET, TR
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-ASnet-RIPE
> 
> LACNIC Region per AS prefix count summary
> -----------------------------------------
> 
>   ASN  No of nets  /20 equiv  MaxAgg  Description
>  8151       10768       3403     549  Uninet S.A. de C.V., MX
> 10620        3472        514     773  Telmex Colombia S.A., CO
> 11830        2436        369      64  Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad
> 13999        1894        311     498  Mega Cable, S.A. de C.V., MX
> 28573        1376       2330     274  Claro NXT Telecomunicacoes Ltda, BR
>  6503        1303        343     523  Axtel, S.A.B. de C.V., MX
>  3816        1260        675     151  COLOMBIA TELECOMUNICACIONES S.A. ESP, C
>  6147        1077        369      21  Telefonica del Peru S.A.A., PE
> 11664        1033        190     441  Techtel LMDS Comunicaciones Interactiva
> 26615         979       2466      43  TIM SA, BR
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-ASnet-LACNIC
> 
> AfriNIC Region per AS prefix count summary
> ------------------------------------------
> 
>   ASN  No of nets  /20 equiv  MaxAgg  Description
> 24863        1611        393      21  LINKdotNET-AS, EG
> 24835        1546        521      31  RAYA-AS, EG
> 36992        1317       1519     264  ETISALAT-MISR, EG
> 36903        1199        545     114  MT-MPLS, MA
> 29571         959         65      57  ORANGE-COTE-IVOIRE, CI
> 36935         777        520      42  Vodafone-, EG
>  6713         611       1863      34  IAM-AS, MA
> 15399         518         52      37  WANANCHI-, KE
> 37342         463         32       1  MOVITEL, MZ
> 23889         412        232      16  MauritiusTelecom, MU
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-ASnet-AFRINIC
> 
> Global Per AS prefix count summary
> ----------------------------------
> 
>   ASN  No of nets  /20 equiv  MaxAgg  Description
>  8151       10768       3403     549  Uninet S.A. de C.V., MX
>  9808        9265       8883      49  CHINAMOBILE-CN China Mobile Communicati
> 12479        6884       1730     144  UNI2-AS, ES
>  9121        6725       1692      17  TTNET, TR
> 16509        6703      10379    2680  AMAZON-02, US
>  7545        5927        789     695  TPG-INTERNET-AP TPG Telecom Limited, AU
>  4538        4714       4192      75  ERX-CERNET-BKB China Education and Rese
> 11492        4507        299     675  CABLEONE, US
>  8551        4011        374      39  BEZEQ-INTERNATIONAL-AS Bezeqint Interne
> 39891        4005        234      45  ALJAWWALSTC-AS, SA
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-ASnet
> 
> Global Per AS Maximum Aggregation summary
> -----------------------------------------
> 
>   ASN  No of nets  Net Savings  Description
>  9808        9265         9216  CHINAMOBILE-CN China Mobile Communications Grou
> 12479        6884         6740  UNI2-AS, ES
>  9121        6725         6708  TTNET, TR
>  7545        5927         5232  TPG-INTERNET-AP TPG Telecom Limited, AU
>  4538        4714         4639  ERX-CERNET-BKB China Education and Research Net
> 16509        6703         4023  AMAZON-02, US
>  8551        4011         3972  BEZEQ-INTERNATIONAL-AS Bezeqint Internet Backbo
> 39891        4005         3960  ALJAWWALSTC-AS, SA
>  7155        3901         3870  VIASAT-SP-BACKBONE, US
> 11492        4507         3832  CABLEONE, US
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-CIDRnet
> 
> List of Unregistered Origin ASNs (Global)
> -----------------------------------------
> 
>    Bad AS  Designation  Net Originated      Transit AS  Transit AS Name
>    398083  UNALLOCATED  5.133.124.0/24          399587  UT, US
>     33123  UNALLOCATED  8.10.69.0/24             11168  SCC, US
>     62828  UNALLOCATED  8.21.130.0/24             3356  LEVEL3, US
>    393266  UNALLOCATED  8.23.52.0/24             46887  LIGHTOWER, US
>     18604  UNALLOCATED  8.25.204.0/24             3356  LEVEL3, US
>    394936  UNALLOCATED  8.33.224.0/24            22442  HOU-PHONOSCOPE, US
>     54338  UNALLOCATED  8.33.241.0/24             6461  ZAYO-6461, US
>     18798  UNALLOCATED  8.40.106.0/24             6461  ZAYO-6461, US
>    394856  UNALLOCATED  8.40.216.0/24             3356  LEVEL3, US
>    395438  UNALLOCATED  8.42.206.0/24             3356  LEVEL3, US
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-badAS
> 
> Prefixes from the Special Purpose Address Registry (Global)
> -----------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Prefix                Origin AS  Description
> 192.88.99.0/24             6939  HURRICANE, US
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-spar
> 
> Advertised Unallocated Addresses
> --------------------------------
> 
> Unassigned Network     ASN Information  AS Name
> 23.141.0.0/24        Origin:    395350  UNASSIGNED
> 23.141.0.0/24       Transit:     11426  TWC-11426-CAROLINAS, US
> 27.100.7.0/24        Origin:     56096  UNASSIGNED
> 27.100.7.0/24       Transit:     45455  TH-2S1N-AP Two S One N Co Ltd, Internet 
> 41.57.124.0/22       Origin:     37442  UNASSIGNED
> 41.57.124.0/22      Transit:     37204  TELONE, ZW
> 41.57.124.0/23       Origin:     37442  UNASSIGNED
> 41.57.124.0/23      Transit:     37204  TELONE, ZW
> 41.57.124.0/24       Origin:     37442  UNASSIGNED
> 41.57.124.0/24      Transit:     37204  TELONE, ZW
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-add-IANA
> 
> Number of prefixes announced per prefix length (Global)
> -------------------------------------------------------
> 
> /1:0        /2:0        /3:0        /4:0        /5:0        /6:0       
> /7:0        /8:16       /9:13      /10:41      /11:100     /12:303     
> /13:593     /14:1207    /15:2058    /16:13529   /17:8329    /18:13889   
> /19:25109   /20:44440   /21:52205   /22:108759  /23:96700   /24:533951  
> /25:800     /26:0       /27:0       /28:0       /29:0       /30:0       
> /31:0       /32:0       
> 
> Advertised prefixes smaller than registry allocations
> -----------------------------------------------------
> 
>   ASN  No of nets  Total ann.  Description
>  9121        5880        6725  TTNET, TR
> 12479        5862        6884  UNI2-AS, ES
>  8151        4492       10768  Uninet S.A. de C.V., MX
>  8551        3475        4011  BEZEQ-INTERNATIONAL-AS Bezeqint Internet Backbo
> 11492        3414        4507  CABLEONE, US
>  6327        3247        3437  SHAW, CA
> 39891        3189        4005  ALJAWWALSTC-AS, SA
>  7155        2991        3901  VIASAT-SP-BACKBONE, US
> 22773        2898        3880  ASN-CXA-ALL-CCI-22773-RDC, US
>  6849        2576        2718  UKRTELNET, UA
> 
> Complete listing at https://thyme.apnic.net/current/data-sXXas-nos
> 
> Number of /24s announced per /8 block (Global)
> ----------------------------------------------
> 
>   1:1932      2:1040      3:157       4:5         5:3800      6:109    
>   7:6         8:1567      9:1        11:173      12:1646     13:336    
>  14:2352     15:227      16:44       17:385      18:175      19:1      
>  20:219      21:4        22:188      23:5737     24:2387     25:6      
>  27:2612     29:19       31:2450     32:95       34:7        35:87     
>  36:1801     37:4423     38:3176     39:712      40:152      41:3894   
>  42:1121     43:2215     44:291      45:15927    46:4127     47:328    
>  49:1698     50:1945     51:237      52:1456     54:386      55:844    
>  56:8        57:59       58:1774     59:1164     60:963      61:2271   
>  62:2510     63:1935     64:5545     65:2349     66:4872     67:2963   
>  68:1189     69:4187     70:1327     71:680      72:3042     74:2633   
>  75:1395     76:579      77:2222     78:3899     79:3133     80:1984   
>  81:1762     82:1497     83:1211     84:1332     85:3691     86:714    
>  87:1914     88:2778     89:3327     90:541      91:7610     92:2009   
>  93:2546     94:3454     95:4755     96:1309     97:351      98:1004   
>  99:751     100:76      101:1051    102:2093    103:29321   104:4482   
> 105:467     106:873     107:2548    108:850     109:4277    110:1987   
> 111:3329    112:2040    113:1534    114:1488    115:1996    116:1909   
> 117:2559    118:2296    119:1827    120:1692    121:1077    122:2539   
> 123:2094    124:1596    125:2115    128:1237    129:1068    130:985    
> 131:2012    132:785     133:377     134:1940    135:278     136:889    
> 137:867     138:2427    139:1526    140:895     141:1442    142:1305   
> 143:1431    144:1202    145:347     146:1821    147:1516    148:2210   
> 149:1725    150:860     151:1069    152:1852    153:459     154:3575   
> 155:1444    156:1687    157:1260    158:1040    159:2225    160:2491   
> 161:1288    162:3478    163:1283    164:1635    165:1616    166:756    
> 167:1720    168:3803    169:882     170:4489    171:832     172:3224   
> 173:3136    174:1021    175:1141    176:3543    177:4632    178:3535   
> 179:2123    180:2295    181:3059    182:3253    183:1960    184:2344   
> 185:19603   186:4319    187:3807    188:3965    189:3408    190:8954   
> 191:1407    192:11005   193:8667    194:7070    195:4967    196:2942   
> 197:2413    198:5996    199:6050    200:7561    201:5875    202:10489  
> 203:10036   204:4536    205:3472    206:3722    207:3393    208:4020   
> 209:4677    210:4359    211:2427    212:4047    213:3433    214:1146   
> 215:66      216:6486    217:2632    218:1293    219:574     220:1992   
> 221:971     222:827     223:2194   
> 
> End of report
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 4
> Date: Fri, 01 Jul 2022 11:27:39 -0700
> From: John Todd <jtodd at quad9.net>
> To: nanoguser99 <nanoguser99 at protonmail.com>
> Cc: list <nanog at nanog.org>
> Subject: Re: Carrier Options in Bogota
> Message-ID: <D87B0B7B-E4A5-499B-8401-DC6A08A14A5B at quad9.net>
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> 
> On 1 Jul 2022, at 6:47, nanoguser99 via NANOG wrote:
> 
>> Nanog,
>> 
>> 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	152.200.0.0/14	22.025 
>> ms	164ms	115 ms
>> Telmex Colombia S.A. (Claro)	190.144.0.0/14	14.319 ms	63ms	115 ms
>> Empresas P?blicas de Medell?n E.S.P.	201.220.30.0/23	94.264 ms	126 
>> ms	102 ms
>> Movistar Colombia	186.116.14.0/24	38.894 ms	193ms	118 ms
>> ETB - Colombia	186.154.0.0/16	5.340 ms	130ms	2.21 ms
>> Columbus Networks Colombia	138.121.12.0/24	60.212 ms	99ms	89.8 ms
>> Metrotel Colombia	190.1.128.0/19	20.989 ms	148ms	90.5 ms
>> Any advice?
>> 
>> -Nanoguser99
>> 
>> Sent with [Proton Mail](https://proton.me/) secure email.
> 
> 
> [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 
> the conversation]
> 
> 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 Bogot? 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/
> 
> JT
> 
> --
> John Todd - jtodd at quad9.net
> General Manager - Quad9 Recursive Resolver
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> Message: 5
> Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2022 15:44:10 -0300
> From: Rubens Kuhl <rubensk at gmail.com>
> To: "nanog at nanog.org list" <nanog at nanog.org>
> Subject: Re: Carrier Options in Bogota
> Message-ID:
> 	<CAGFn2k1x=9iG3LzHc7MORfS0gez72c1Xe=RvBcGc0Yza7KqqKQ at mail.gmail.com>
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> 
> Besides EdgeUno, already mentioned, Tivit bought what used to be Synapsis
> and before that, Diveo. Could also be an option, either for colocation
> or a VM (called "One Cloud" by Tivit).
> 
> Rubens
> 
> 
> On Fri, Jul 1, 2022 at 10:47 AM nanoguser99 via NANOG <nanog at nanog.org>
> wrote:
> 
>> Nanog,
>> 
>> 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 152.200.0.0/14 22.025 ms 164ms 115 ms
>> Telmex Colombia S.A. (Claro) 190.144.0.0/14 14.319 ms 63ms 115 ms
>> Empresas P?blicas de Medell?n E.S.P. 201.220.30.0/23 94.264 ms 126 ms 102
>> ms
>> Movistar Colombia 186.116.14.0/24 38.894 ms 193ms 118 ms
>> ETB - Colombia 186.154.0.0/16 5.340 ms 130ms 2.21 ms
>> Columbus Networks Colombia 138.121.12.0/24 60.212 ms 99ms 89.8 ms
>> Metrotel Colombia 190.1.128.0/19 20.989 ms 148ms 90.5 ms
>> Any advice?
>> 
>> -Nanoguser99
>> 
>> Sent with Proton Mail <https://proton.me/> secure email.
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> Message: 6
> Date: Fri, 01 Jul 2022 19:07:24 +0000
> From: nanoguser99 <nanoguser99 at protonmail.com>
> To: John Todd <jtodd at quad9.net>
> Cc: list <nanog at nanog.org>
> Subject: Re: Carrier Options in Bogota
> Message-ID:
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> 	
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> 
> This would be vanilla IP transit (BGP w\ our ASN and IP space). Our services are delivered to clients over the public internet. I just need decent connectivity to these end users without hopping to Miami to go 2 blocks down the street!
> 
> LATAM, and Bogota in general seems like a pretty fragmented market where some providers have good peering with some locals but not all. Edgeuno seems to be a general one size fits all but latency to Claro was somewhat high.
> 
> Sent with [Proton Mail](https://proton.me/) secure email.
> 
> ------- Original Message -------
> On Friday, July 1st, 2022 at 6:27 PM, John Todd <jtodd at quad9.net> wrote:
> 
>> On 1 Jul 2022, at 6:47, nanoguser99 via NANOG wrote:
>> 
>>> Nanog,
>>> 
>>> 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	152.200.0.0/14	22.025 ms	164ms	115 ms
>>> Telmex Colombia S.A. (Claro)	190.144.0.0/14	14.319 ms	63ms	115 ms
>>> Empresas P?blicas de Medell?n E.S.P.	201.220.30.0/23	94.264 ms	126 ms	102 ms
>>> Movistar Colombia	186.116.14.0/24	38.894 ms	193ms	118 ms
>>> ETB - Colombia	186.154.0.0/16	5.340 ms	130ms	2.21 ms
>>> Columbus Networks Colombia	138.121.12.0/24	60.212 ms	99ms	89.8 ms
>>> Metrotel Colombia	190.1.128.0/19	20.989 ms	148ms	90.5 ms
>>> Any advice?
>>> 
>>> -Nanoguser99
>>> 
>>> Sent with [Proton Mail](https://proton.me/) secure email.
>> 
>> [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 the conversation]
>> 
>> 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 Bogot? 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/
>> 
>> JT
>> 
>> --
>> John Todd - jtodd at quad9.net
>> General Manager - Quad9 Recursive Resolver
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> Message: 7
> Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2022 18:50:00 -0700
> From: Joel Jaeggli <joelja at bogus.com>
> To: nanoguser99 via NANOG <nanog at nanog.org>
> Subject: Carrier Options in Bogota
> Message-ID: <B14BD3F8-0B12-4E7F-AD81-F1B8D89EDB67 at bogus.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
> 
> ?
> ?
> 
> 
>> On Jul 1, 2022, at 6:50 AM, nanoguser99 via NANOG <nanog at nanog.org> wrote:
>> ?
>> Nanog,
>> 
>> 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.
> 
> Telxius is the present manifestation of Telefonica.
> 
> Internexa 262589 is the local domestic transit provider and offshoot of the Colombian national power company and is relatively well connected locally.
> 
>> 
>> Local Carriers	IP Prefix	Telxius	Lumen	Cogent
>> COLOMBIA TELECOMUNICACIONES S.A. ESP	152.200.0.0/14	22.025 ms	164ms	115 ms
>> Telmex Colombia S.A. (Claro)	190.144.0.0/14	14.319 ms	63ms	115 ms
>> Empresas P?blicas de Medell?n E.S.P.	201.220.30.0/23	94.264 ms	126 ms	102 ms
>> Movistar Colombia	186.116.14.0/24	38.894 ms	193ms	118 ms
>> ETB - Colombia	186.154.0.0/16	5.340 ms	130ms	2.21 ms
>> Columbus Networks Colombia	138.121.12.0/24	60.212 ms	99ms	89.8 ms
>> Metrotel Colombia	190.1.128.0/19	20.989 ms	148ms	90.5 ms
>> 
>> Any advice?
>> 
>> -Nanoguser99
>> 
>> Sent with Proton Mail secure email.
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> Message: 8
> Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2022 11:00:48 +0000
> From: John Curran <jcurran at arin.net>
> To: "nanog at nanog.org list" <nanog at nanog.org>
> Subject: Annoyed at that change that ARIN made? (fwd: Only One Week
> 	Left for Submitting Nominations) 
> Message-ID: <F9C9F4EA-8297-4E3E-97F1-825593CE3DF0 at arin.net>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
> 
> NANOGers -
> 
> For those of you who occasionally express concern or dismay at various changes at ARIN to policies, fees, or operations, here is your opportunity to get more directly involved and have a front-row seat in our community-based governance!
> 
> ARIN is presently accepting nominations through 7:00 PM ET on Friday, 08 July 2022 to fill three seats on the Board of Trustees and five seats on the Advisory Council (AC)
> 
> Any interested folks should review the requirements detailed below and submit their application for be included on the respective candidate slate in the upcoming ARIN elections.
> 
> Best wishes,
> /John
> 
> John Curran
> President and CEO
> American Registry for Internet Numbers
> 
> Begin forwarded message:
> 
> From: ARIN <info at arin.net<mailto:info at arin.net>>
> Subject: [arin-announce] Only One Week Left for Submitting Nominations
> Date: 1 July 2022 at 12:20:30 PM EDT
> To: "arin-announce at arin.net<mailto:arin-announce at arin.net>" <arin-announce at arin.net<mailto:arin-announce at arin.net>>
> 
> ?The deadline to submit nominations for the Board of Trustees, Advisory Council (AC), and NRO Number Council (NRO NC) elections is fast approaching, with nominations closing at 7:00 PM ET, Friday, 8 July.
> Calls for Nominations continue to be open for:
> 
> 
>  *   Board of Trustees and Advisory Council Self-Nominations
> https://www.arin.net/announcements/20220624-arinnom/
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> 
> 
> Please review the announcements above to learn more about the nomination requirements and process details. If you are qualified and interested in playing a pivotal role within the ARIN community, be sure to either submit your own nomination or forward this email to someone you believe could contribute to ARIN's governance, Internet number resource policy development, or global policy! Nominations may be submitted at:
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