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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>African Internet resources and routing statistics AfriNIC X Cairo, May 2009 Slide 2 What's AIRRS ? African Internet Resources and Routing Statistics Aimed to provide reports, and tools for generating statistics on Internet resources allocations and routing in AfriNIC service region and globally Project's contacts: http://www.afrinic.net/airrs/index.htm airrs@afrinic.net Slide 3 AfriNIC Allocations vs. Routing Slide 4 Objectives Measure AfriNIC allocated resources and their usage in the Internet routing table Provide data for analysis Plot data collected daily http://stats.afrinic.net/report Slide 5 Data Sources BGP Data o Route-Views Project (www.routeviews.org)www.routeviews.org o APNIC view and Global routing analysis provided by Philip smith (http://thyme.apnic.net)http://thyme.apnic.net AfriNIC region service allocation statistics o ftp://ftp.afrinic.net/pub/stats/afrinic ftp://ftp.afrinic.net/pub/stats/afrinic o 41/8,197/8,196/8 Slide 6 AfriNIC ALLOCATIONS vs. ROUTING REPORT Slide 7 Amount of AfriNIC address space being announced to the Internet vs Number of AfriNIC address space allocated. Slide 8 Percentage of available AfriNIC address space announced vs Percentage of available AfriNIC address space allocated. Slide 9 Number of unique routing entries being announced from AfriNIC address space vs. Prefixes allocated from AfriNIC address space. Slide 10 Number of unique routing entries being announced by ASNs from AfriNIC Service Region Slide 11 Number of AfriNIC Service Region ASNs allocation vs AfriNIC Service ASNs in the Internet Routing Table (OIX VIEW). Slide 12 Number of AfriNIC Service Region ASNs allocation vs AfriNIC Service ASNs in the Internet Routing Table (APNIC VIEW). Slide 13 ANALYSIS FOR AfriNIC PREFIXES Slide 14 Objectives Number and percentage of allocations from AfriNIC pools Number and percentage of prefixes allocated but not seen in the routing table Number of prefixes seen in the routing table from different AfriNIC pools Prefixes announced by AS in AfriNIC service Region Prefixes announced by AS not in AfriNIC service Region etc... Slide 15 Objectives(Cont.d) Publish daily reports http://stats.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/ http://stats.afrinic.net/bgp/reports6.html/ Weekly reports sent to various lists Slide 16 Data Sources BGP data o Route-Views Project (www.routeviews.org)www.routeviews.org -http://archive.routeviews.org/route-views3 -http://archive.routeviews.org/route-views6/bgpdata o Internet Solution View from direct peering with IS o APNIC View and global routing analysis provided by philip Smith( http://thyme.apnic.net) http://thyme.apnic.net Slide 17 ANALYSIS FOR AfriNIC v4 PREFIXES Slide 18 BGP Report for IP block : 41/8, 197/8, 196/8 DATE : 2009-05-07 BGP Report Perspective : AS40387 Number of routing entries : 284388 Allocation and whois data from RIRs statistics files and whois databases BGP data from : routeviews project (http://www.routeviews.org) Number of prefixes allocated from 41/8 : 333 Minimum allocation size from 41/8 : /22 Minimum prefix size from 41/8 in routing table : /24 Number of prefixes allocated from 197/8 : 2 Minimum allocation size from 197/8 : /22 Minimum prefix size from 197/8 in routing table : /22 Number of prefixes allocated from 196/8 : 524 Minimum allocation size from 196/8 : /24 Minimum prefix size from 196/8 in routing table : /24 Total Number of IP address allocated from AfriNIC pool(41/8, 197/8) : 12034048 Percentage of IP address allocated from AfriNIC pool(41/8, 197/8) : 35.8642578125 % Total Number of IP address allocated from AfriNIC legacy pool(196/8) : 4067072 Percentage of IP address allocated from AfriNIC legacy pool(196/8) : 24.2416381835938 % Total Number of IP address from AfriNIC pools announced to Internet : 11307520 Percentage of IP address from AfriNIC pools announced to Internet : 33.7 %http://www.routeviews.org Slide 19 41/8 Summary ( 41/8 ) ******* Prefixes allocated but not seen in the routing table (Exact match and more specifics) ***************************************************** 151 Prefixes Prefixes seen in the routing table (Exact match or more specifics) ***************************************************** 3029 prefixes were seen in routing table with the following distribution * 1607 originated by AS in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) * 1422 originated by AS not in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) Detail (http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/bgp.reports.2009-05-07- 41.0.0.0.html)http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/bgp.reports.2009-05-07- 41.0.0.0.html Slide 20 197/8 Summary ( 197/8 ) ******* Prefixes allocated but not seen in the routing table (Exact match and more specifics) ***************************************************** 1 Prefixes Prefixes seen in the routing table (Exact match or more specifics) ***************************************************** 2 prefixes were seen in routing table with the following distribution * 0 originated by AS in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) * 2 originated by AS not in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) Detail (http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/bgp.reports.2009-05-07- 197.0.0.0.html)http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/bgp.reports.2009-05-07- 197.0.0.0.html Slide 21 196/8 Summary ( 196/8 ) ******* Prefixes allocated but not seen in the routing table (Exact match and more specifics) ***************************************************** 333 Prefixes) Prefixes seen in the routing table (Exact match or more specifics) ***************************************************** 1793 prefixes were seen in routing table with the following distribution * 1338 originated by AS in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) * 455 originated by AS not in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) Detail (http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/bgp.reports.2009-05-07- 196.0.0.0.html)http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/bgp.reports.2009-05-07- 196.0.0.0.html Slide 22 ANALYSIS FOR AfriNIC v6 PREFIXES Slide 23 BGP Report for IP block : 2001:4200::/23, 2C00::/12 DATE : 2009-05-07 BGP Report Perspective : AS6939 Number of routing entries : 1744 Allocation and whois data from RIRs statistics files and whois databases BGP data from : routeviews project (http://www.routeviews.org) Number of prefixes allocated from 2001:4200::/23 : 65 Minimum allocation size from 2001:4200::/23 : /48 Minimum prefix size from 2001:4200::/23 in routing table : /48 Number of prefixes allocated from 2C00::/12 : 0 Minimum allocation size from 2C00::/12 : /48 Minimum prefix size from 2C00::/12 in routing table : - Percentage of IP address allocated from AfriNIC pool : 0.00514735414552479 % Percentage of IP address from AfriNIC pool announced to Internet : 0.00181114778337157 %http://www.routeviews.org Slide 24 2001:4200::/23 Summary ( 2001:4200::/23 ) ******* Prefixes allocated but not seen in the routing table (Exact match and more specifics) ***************************************************** 43 Prefixes Prefixes seen in the routing table (Exact match or more specifics) ***************************************************** 27 prefixes were seen in routing table with the following distribution * 17 originated by AS in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) * 10 originated by AS not in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) Detail (http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports6.html/bgp.reports.2009-05- 07-2001-4200.html)http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports6.html/bgp.reports.2009-05- 07-2001-4200.html Slide 25 2C00::/12 Summary ( 2C00::/12 ) ******* Prefixes allocated but not seen in the routing table (Exact match and more specifics) ***************************************************** 0 Prefixes Prefixes seen in the routing table (Exact match or more specifics) ***************************************************** 0 prefixes were seen in routing table with the following distribution * 0 originated by AS in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) * 0 originated by AS not in AfriNIC service region (AS and number of prefixes originated) Detail (http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports6.html/bgp.reports.2009- 05-07-2c00.html)http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports6.html/bgp.reports.2009- 05-07-2c00.html Slide 26 Questions ? </p>

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