Hi,

AIRRS(African Internet  Ressources and Routing Statistics)  can be seen at the 
URL below.

http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/bgp.reports.2016-10-17-197.0.0.0.html
http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/bgp.reports.2016-10-17-41.0.0.0.html
http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports.html/bgp.reports.2016-10-17-196.0.0.0.html

http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports6.html/bgp.reports.2016-10-17-2001-4200.html
http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports6.html/bgp.reports.2016-10-17-2c00.html 
<http://airrs.afrinic.net/bgp/reports6.html/bgp.reports.2016-10-17-2c00.html>

They are no longer maintained.

For the v4 space there is  another initiative at  
http://www.trstech.net/africa-bgp/ <http://www.trstech.net/africa-bgp/>


Hope this helps

—Alain


> On Oct 17, 2016, at 9:47 PM, Andrew Alston <andrew.als...@liquidtelecom.com> 
> wrote:
> 
> Hi Nishal,
> 
> Not as far as I know, but I could be wrong – I don’t think I’ve seen a single 
> page output of stuff not announced and who it was allocated to – could be 
> wrong though.
> 
> As regards another full view – I could use another full view that is in 
> IOS-XR format (from a show route ipv6) and accessible via ssh – the current 
> code connects to the router and does an ssh2_exec with no PTY allocation to 
> pull the table. (save me writing more code to read other formats and change 
> the methods – so if you got anything like that it would be useful! – 
> Otherwise if you can send me off list some output from whatever routers you 
> have that have full table that aren’t XR when I have time I can take a look 
> at how to match against formatting)
> 
> If you can send me the list of IXP prefixes that shouldn’t be visible that 
> would be awesome – I can write a whitelist fairly easily, and yes, its 
> potentially possible for me to flag visible that shouldn’t be.
> 
> As a note – the v4 processing code is almost done – I was playing with this 
> last night and I can already see partial announcements against the delegation 
> file – the next step is tying that back to org-id’s and organisations and 
> then publishing in similar format.  There are a coupla caveats behind that in 
> the fact that the delegation file in AfriNIC for some strange reason is not 
> on natural CIDR boundaries and the whois database also doesn’t store CIDR 
> masks so some rather painful processing and aggregation has to happen before 
> you actually do the comparison, but there should be a similar page for v4 out 
> in the next few days.
> 
> If you have a list of v4 IXP prefix’s as a result, this would be useful as 
> well.
> 
> Chat later
> 
> Andrew
> 
> On 17/10/2016, 19:09, "Nishal Goburdhan" <nis...@controlfreak.co.za> wrote:
> 
>    On 16 Oct 2016, at 10:56, Andrew Alston wrote:
> 
>> Just as another note –
>> 
>> I am also working on something that will take the rest of the 
>> allocated prefixes (the ones that are announced), and tie them back to 
>> the originating ASN
> 
> 
>    hi andrew,
> 
>    doesn’t afrinic do this already (they used to, with the AIRRS report, 
>    but i haven’t looked in a long time).
> 
>    that said, it’s always nice to see initiative, and perhaps you can do 
>    something new, so, by way of assistance, i offer:
>    * since you’re doing this from one “full-view”, do you need 
>    another?
>    * i can assist you quite easily with identifying the IXP peering 
>    prefixes, if you’d like  (i.e those that should not be visible.  for 
>    bonus points, perhaps you can flag those, that should *not* be, but are 
>    ;-))
> 
>    —n.
> 
> 
> 
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