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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Looking Glass Overview
Meeting: NANOG33
Date / Time: 2005-01-31 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Room: Pavilion 9
Presenters: Speakers:

Steve Gibbard, Packet Clearing House

Steve Gibbard is the Network Architect at Packet Clearing House. He runs a global research network and an anycast DNS network, hosts the top level domains for several countries as well as a root DNS server, and studies the interconnection of Internet networks around the world. In addition, he does network architecture and peering work as a consultant for several ISPs in the Bay Area and elsewhere. Steve is a former Senior Network Engineer at Cable & Wireless, and has held network engineering positions at Digital Island and World Wide Net.
Abstract: Looking glasses provide a view of routing tables that you wouldn\'t otherwise be able to access. This talk provides an overview of many publicly available looking-glasses. We then provide more detail about the Packet Clearing House looking-glass project, which collects peering routes from several exchange points around the world.
Files: youtubeLooking Glass Overview
pdfSteve Gibbard Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

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