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Re: scripts to map IP to AS?
I should have been a bit more specific. The hacked up traceroute-ng queries the radb, not a whoisd. I've never had problems being blocked when doing radb queries, but YMMV, of course. I also suggest that people be nice and rate-limit their queries so that others don't have to do it for them... -Dave On Thu, Feb 20, 2003 at 12:04:51PM -0500, George Bakos quacked: > Careful. Many whoisds don't appreciate automated queries & will block YOUR > ip address for sometime if you cross their max query rate threshold. > > > You can use a quick perl wrapper around whois, or you > > could use this terribly ugly hacked up traceroute-ng that I > > wrote to do lookups: > > > > http://nms.lcs.mit.edu/software/ron/lookup_as.c > > > > Compile with > > > > gcc -DSTANDALONE=1 lookup_as.c -o lookup_as -lm > > > > And then run. It gets the job done, but it's ugly. :) > > > > -Dave > > > -- > George Bakos > Institute for Security Technology Studies > Dartmouth College > email@example.com > voice 603-646-0665 > fax 603-646-0666 > Key fingerprint = D646 8F91 F795 27EC FF8B 8C95 B102 9EB2 081E CB85 -- work: firstname.lastname@example.org me: email@example.com MIT Laboratory for Computer Science http://www.angio.net/ I do not accept unsolicited commercial email. Do not spam me.