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Re: How to get a list of research and academic ISP ?
On Nov 15, 2006, at 12:46 PM, Maciej Kurant wrote:
Dear all,It's a way. The trouble is that
- most I2 As's also have "I1" connections and run BGP on that as well.
- Any corporate member of I2 has the right to announce their routes into I2
What I would do is to take the list and look at the names (on a list such as
From the name of the institution, you should be able to tell in most cases.
2) Do you maybe know of such lists compiled before?There are certainly some academic aggregation SP's - NYSERNET and CANARIE and RENATER (google on those) come to mind.
4) Of course, research and academic ASes are often well connected to the commercial Internet. My guess is that in most cases their peering relationship is “customer-provider”, where commercial ASes are providers. Is it possible that an academic AS is a provider for some commercial ASes? If so, does it happen often?
It may happen, but probably not often.
Thank you in advance for your comments. Maciej Kurant
Hope this helps. Regards Marshall Eubanks
============================================= EPFL IC ISC LCA3 Maciej Kurant PhD Student CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland web site: http://lcawww.epfl.ch/kurant =============================================