[apops] changes to Asia Pacific Routing Report

  • To: bgp-stats at whois dot apnic dot net
  • Subject: [apops] changes to Asia Pacific Routing Report
  • From: Philip Smith <pfs at cisco dot com>
  • Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2000 23:46:55 +1000
  • Sender: owner-apops@lists.apnic.net
    • Hi,
      Just to let you know that I've added some more content to the daily bgp 
      stats run (weekly summary if you see it via the apops list).
      - APNIC AS path length information. Basically I've added a measure of the 
      average and maximum AS path length seen for APNIC ASes. Don't know if this 
      is an interesting figure or not...
      - address space utilisation. Previously I've assumed that all of the former 
      B-space has been allocated - this is in fact incorrect. To date, the 
      following address space is reserved/unallocated, and available for future use.
      /8s of address space still available:
      In former A-space: 1,2,5,7,23,27,31,37,39,41,42,49,50,58-60,65-126
      In former B-space: 173 thru to 191, plus around another five /8s worth of gaps
      In former C-space: 197,217-223
      This is 50% of the useable Internet address space, and you will see this 
      statistic appearing in future daily iterations of the bgp report.
      More information about the report will be presented at the APNIC Routing 
      SIG during APRICOT in Seoul at the end of the month.
      Philip Smith       vm: 6178202       ph: +61 7 3238 8202
      Consulting Engineering, Office of the CTO, Cisco Systems
      * See you at APRICOT 2000, Seoul, Korea February 28-March 2
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