[lacnog] Fwd: [routing-wg] AS Relations typing

Carlos M. Martinez carlosm3011 en gmail.com
Jue Ago 1 13:35:20 BRT 2013

No la vi en detalle a la herramienta todavia, pero me encantaria
escuchar el feedback de la lista.



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	[routing-wg] AS Relations typing
Date: 	Wed, 31 Jul 2013 19:42:52 +0400
From: 	Alexander Azimov <aa en highloadlab.com>
To: 	routing-wg en ripe.net

Dear colleagues,

We’d like to introduce to Routing WG our system for AS relationships
typing http://radar.qrator.net/. It is based on imitation mathematical
model with use of AS paths recovered from BGP views and novel active
verification abilities that could detect priorities on every level of
BGP decision making process.  Using web-interface you can explore
information about AS relations, predicted traffic ingress flows from
Tier-1 providers to each AS according to prepend policy. Also you can
experiment with model for any existing or even planned AS by adding new
connections and see how traffic ingress model will change, in just an
instant. Additionally we monitor and gather security network anomalies
such as: dynamic and static loops, DDoS amplifiers and botnet activity
in every AS and on geographical map. Full disclosure of security issues
is available for registered users related to particular AS.

The work is still in progress, and there's a lot to be done, as we
aspire to achieve better accuracy. We need for your reviews and bug
reports - there is a comfy bug report button where you can send us
screenshot with highlighted issue and additional comments in just couple
of mouse-clicks.

Also, as we went on with our research, we managed to obtain an
interesting data regarding precision and accuracy of different RIR and
RIPE-DB in particular. We also ready to present the comparison of
declared/existing connectivity and priorities, if this topic is
interesting for community.

Best regards,
Alexander Azimov

Más información sobre la lista de distribución LACNOG