Useful Tools

Find here some great tools:
(if you know others which should be listed, please let me know)

http://bgp.he.net

=> The standard tool for everything you want to know about an ASN and more…

http://irrexplorer.nlnog.net/search/61438

=> The must-have check for your asn … Try your own ASN – if not everything is shown as green, you have done something wrong….

http://as61438.peeringdb.com

=> PeeringDB is a must have when you operate an ASN … check your own AS number and verify if you have one record and if they are up-to-date…

http://www.cidr-report.org/cgi-bin/as-report?as=AS61438&view=2.0

=> similar to bgp.he.net but also shows downstream asn and ranking information

http://ipv6-test.com

=> have a look if you have a working ipv6 connectivity

https://stat.ripe.net/61438

=> excellent summary of all details about an ASN … great work from RIPE

https://atlas.ripe.net

=> unbelievable and endless possibilities to do analyzes and traceroutes and much more from different perspectives of the internet

http://mi.renesys.com

=> commercial tool – but delivers a lot of information about ASN, customers, upstreams, competitors and markets.

http://as-rank.caida.org

=> Find here a size ranking of your ASN.

https://ipv6ripeness.ripe.net

=> how ipv6 ready are you? Do you have your 5 stars already? Shame on my … I need to do this too 😉

https://de-cix.net/de/about-de-cix/academy

https://academy.ripe.net/

=> great sources of knowledge … check out both of them…

http://dyn.com/blog/a-bakers-dozen-2016-edition

=> how are the top10 tier1 performing?

The 2014 Internet Peering Playbook

The standard literacy for each IP and peering engineer.

and finally: the mirror!

=> look in the mirror or do a selfie. You are the most valuable tool. Without you, nothing will work – participate on global conferences like EPF, GPF, RIPE, MENOG etc. and meet and socialize with the other “tools” from the other networks…