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Re: Announcement Propagation Delay in BGP
- From: Scott Weeks
- Date: Fri Aug 19 17:44:23 2005
----- Original Message Follows -----
From: Pete Templin <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Announcement Propagation Delay in BGP
Date: Fri, 19 Aug 2005 16:33:52 -0500
> Scott Weeks wrote:
> > I am going to be announcing two new prefixs into BGP
> > soon and the netgeek in me is very curious as to the
> > length of time it takes to show up in other parts of the
> > world that're logically far from Hawaii. Instead of
> > going to www.traceroute.org and refreshing repeatedly, I
> > thought folks here might've created a tool to do just
> > that. Or, perhaps, someone else has stats on a test
> > they ran in the past.
> Non-scientific test, but I've seen new prefixes appear at
> the Oregon-IX route server in <20 seconds (we're only in
> Texas), and reach a modestly steady state in <90 seconds.
> I've seen adjustments (prepending, etc.) appear in 45+
> seconds, and withdraws in probably the same time.
I was hoping to query servers in different parts of the
world: China, somewhere in Africa, places in Europe, etc.
Does anyone have one already written?
Both of these seem to be broken: