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Looking Glass web interface

There is a public web interface available at the following address:

http://lg.ring.nlnog.net/

How to use the Looking Glass through SSH

The NLNOG RING offers a looking glass, solely accessible through SSH by RING users! You can ssh to lg01.infra.ring.nlnog.net. Don’t forget to use the proper username! If you ssh to this host you should drop straight to a dialog menu, where you can select either IPv4 or IPv6. Here are some pointers how to retrieve information:

  • Show detailed information for a prefix or IP:
    show route for 85.184.184.1 all
    
  • Show all routes originated by AS15562:
    show route where bgp_path.last = 15562
    
  • Show all routes which have AS5580 in the path:
    show route where bgp_path ~ [= * 5580 * =]
    
  • Equivalent of show bgp sum:
    show protocols
    

Currently the ring is using BIRD as the BGP speaker, it might take some getting used to get valuable information out of it. ;-)

Peering with the Looking Glass

Peering with this Looking Glass is optional for ring users. If you want to peer with NLNOG RING, send us your details or create a pull-request, and configure a session with the following information:

AS: 199036
IPv4: 82.94.230.130 (lg01.infra.ring.nlnog.net)
IPv6: 2001:888:2001::130 (lg01.infra.ring.nlnog.net)
Type: eBGP Multi-Hop
Policy: import NONE from AS199036, export ANY

The fine people at BIT sponsored the RING with the Autonomous System – AS199036.