Geoff Huston analyses BGP routing table growth with some predictions for the size of the IPv4 and IPv6 BGP routing tables in the next five years.
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Guest Post: New traceroute reveals the router level of a multi-path route in a single command, while minimizing the number of traceroute packets required.
Guest Post: New open-sourced tool, BGP Scanner, to assist with increase router analysis demand.
RPSL changes at the RIPE NCC on 4 September will affect APNIC region resource holders.
Guest Post: As networks grow in size and complexity, operators find themselves needing an increasing array of tools to manage the flow of traffic.
Best practice document assists with configuring routers for connecting to IXes.
Guest Post: The RIPE Labs team takes a look at a recent outage at one of the largest IXPs in Europe to see how well the Internet was able to route around it.
The APNIC Academy has launched a new course on ‘Routing Basics’.
RIPE NCC will soon close off the creation of new foreign ROUTE and ROUTE6 objects in their database. Read why.