List of Public Route Servers (Looking Glass)

Route servers are setup by ISP's and backbone carriers to display information about networks running the BGP protocol. Route servers can be useful for network administrators to see the routes advertised from their network. The route server simply gives the ability to look at an IP routing table of an autonomous system where the server is located. You can also use these looking glass for some troubleshooting purpose like ip bgp, ping and traceroute to see which path is taken by the ISPs across the globe to reach their network. Here is a list of some route servers.

http://lg.teleglobe.net/lg (TATA Communications)
https://lg.airtel.in (BHARTI Airtel)
http://203.190.131.164/lg (NIXI)
http://ubs.flagtel.com/lg (Reliance)
http://lg.vodafone.is/ (Vodafone)
http://routeserver.org
http://www.bgp4.as/looking-glasses
http://www.netdigix.com/servers.html
https://www.sprint.net/lg/lg_start.php
http://bgp.he.net/
http://routeviews.org/

BGP troubleshooting Tools:
http://bgplay.routeviews.org/



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