[ris-int] ANNOUNCEMENT: The RIS Project's Remote Route Collector is online at Sao Paulo Internet Exchange.
Arife Vural arife at ripe.net
Wed Jan 4 13:20:39 CET 2006
[Apologies for duplicate e-mails] Dear All, The RIPE NCC is pleased to announce that the Routing Information Service (RIS) Project's first Remote Route Collector (RRC) in South America, RRC15, is online at Sao Paulo Internet Exchange Point and is now ready to peer with PTTMetro-SP members. RRC15 has been operational since Dec 2005 and is located at PTTMetro-SP, Sao Paulo. The RRC has an interface on the shared PTTMetro-SP network, running IPv4, and collects routing information from all exchange members willing to peer with us. Many thanks to Milton Kaoru Kashiwakura, Luciano Gomes and LACNIC for helping us with locating the RIS Remote Route Collector at PTTMetro-SP. Our details: ------------ Peering addresses: 188.8.131.52 Autonomous system: 12654 Our policy: http://www.ripe.net/projects/ris/docs/peering.html Peering requests: E-mail: rispeering at ripe.net Web form at URL: http://www.ris.ripe.net/cgi-bin/peerreg.cgi The RIS project, which started as a modest RIPE NCC project in 1999, has gradually grown to include over 400 IPv4 and IPv6 peers at 14 data collection points in Europe, Japan and North America. Our mission is to collect Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) routing information and make it available to the Internet community. This involves devising tools that can help ISPs debug problems over time without them being limited to using BGP, and providing RIS with raw data regarding the Internet's historical development. For more information about RIS, please see: http://www.ripe.net/ris/ For more information about RIS Tools, please see: http://www.ripe.net/projects/ris/tools/index.html Please send any comments to: ris at ripe.net. Best regards, Arife Vural RIPE NCC, Software Engineering Department
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