[AusNOG] Tracroute list
bill at wjw.nz
Mon Dec 14 19:06:31 EST 2015
Just to add to that, even if you don't need it now, they use a points based system and you earn points by hosting one.
I have had one since they were in beta and having access to the network of probes comes in very handy when troubleshooting international routing problems.
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> On 14/12/2015, at 8:05 PM, Jonathan Brewer <jon.brewer at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Participants in the RIPE Atlas project can run traceroutes from nearly 8,000 probes around the world. http://atlas.ripe.net/ If you're willing to host a probe in your network ( a commitment of ~10kbps) you have access to this amazing toolset.
> If you'd like to host a probe please drop me an email. I have around 20 left to distribute in the Pacific. I also hope to run a 90 minute tutorial on Atlas at APRICOT for those who are coming to Auckland in February.
>> On Monday, 14 December 2015, Ernie <ernie at info.eis.net.au> wrote:
>> Once upon a time I use to go to http://traceroute.org to find a useful list
>> of public traceroute and Looking Glass sites. Nowadays most of the links are
>> broken. Does anyone know of another site which compiles a list of working
>> - Ernie.
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