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Routing Visualisation on demand with RIPEstat

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  • 1. Routing Visualisationon demand withRIPEstatVasco Asturiano
  • 2. RIPEstat?• Modular & extendable Toolbox• Web-based framework (website, embedding, sharing, RESTful data access)• Single-point to Internet related data• Routing data plays large role http://stat.ripe.netVasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 2
  • 3. Routing Data (in under 2mins)• Represents a network topology state and its changes• RIS (Routing Information System)• BGP, IP, DNS, TCP, OSPF, ...• Railway Public Transport NetworkVasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 3
  • 4. The Players• AS (Autonomous System) –A node : Train station – ~1 organisation/ISP AS24• Peering –A link : Railroad track between two stations – Adjacency between two ASes AS24 AS56Vasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 4
  • 5. The Players• Prefix – The postal-codes within reach of a station –A group of addresses associated to a node / AS 193.0.0.0/21 AS24 AS56 53.67.128.0/24 2001:18c8::/32• AS-path – Hop sequence: Station route from A to B –A path through the network AS15 AS56 AS24 AS89 AS7 Origin DestinationVasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 5
  • 6. Cheat-sheet• AS - Train station• Prefix - Postalcode• Peering - Link between 2 stations• AS Path - Station sequence from A to BVasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 6
  • 7. The Questions• "How many prefixes were served by antation over postcodes s AS time?"Vasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 7
  • 8. Size Distribution• "What are the most common sizes of prefixes in postcodes antation ?" s AS Prefix / Postcode sizeVasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 8
  • 9. Historical State • “On which AS(es) is a certain postcode available stations prefix now, and how did this change over time?” Series Sections represent represent postcodestrain stations live example Vasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 9
  • 10. Historical State• Challenges: – Small variations in time – Noise filtering – See what’s active now – Dynamic display of sectionsVasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 10
  • 11. Vector Distance• “Which main hubs is a certain sASon topologically tati closer to or farther from?” live exampleVasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 11
  • 12. Vector distance• Challenges: – Represent sense of topological location/distance – Use to determine topological adjustments – Geographical distributionVasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 12
  • 13. Technology• Web-based, queried on demand• Visualisations rendered by the client (Javascript based)• Graphing frameworks: Flot, Highcharts• GMaps for locationVasco Asturiano - Visualisation Workshop - Amsterdam, January 30, 2012 13
  • 14. Questions?http://stat.ripe.net/ vasco@ripe.net