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Latest RIS Remote Route Collectors Online at PAIX, Palo Alto, California and MSK-IX, Moscow, Russia

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27 June 2005 - We are pleased to announce that we have relocated the Routing Information Service (RIS) Project's second North American Remote Route Collector at PAIX, Palo Alto in California. We are now ready to peer with PAIX members. We would like to thank Paul Vixie and his colleagues at ISC for their help.

RRC14, has been operating since December 2004. It has an interface on the shared PAIX network and runs both IPv4 and IPv6. It collects routing information from all exchange members who peer with us.

RRC 14: Peering Details

We are also pleased to announce the deployment of the RIS Project's Remote Route Collector, RRC13, at MSK-IX, Moscow, Russia. We are now ready to peer with MSK-IX members. We would like to thank Evgueni Kouskevitch and his colleagues at MSK-IX for their help.

RRC13 has been operating since April 2005. It has an interface on the shared MSK-IX network. It collects routing information from all exchange members who peer with us.

RRC 13: Peering Details

RIS Background

The RIS started as a RIPE NCC project in 1999. It has grown to over 450 IPv4 and IPv6 peers at 13 data collection points in Europe, Japan and North America.

We collect and make available Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) routing information by devising tools that can help Internet Service Providers debug problems without being limited to a BGP view. We provide RIS raw data regarding the historical development of the Internet.

If you want to peer with the RIS, please send an email to rispeering _at_ ripe _dot_ net