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last time in remeber that i used to go to shared routers in internet from where i can check my BGP status and the routere used to be from all over the world.

like i can checkout my setting changes ( like routing updates + DNS changes Etc ...) are replicated to the word or not.


now i for got the page.



could anyone tell me the site where i can find access to those routers ( Only user mode )

Regards
Moorthy


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I really do not understand entirely your question. Pls show it for more detail then I can help you on this issue.
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Is this what you're looking for? There are lots, but here's one:

http://neptune.dti.ad.jp/ixp2-lg.html
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mikebernhardt,

 U got it. I normally use route-server.cerf.net.

dungsusu,

sorry for not making yopu understand. May be this can give you clear Idea.

  I was looking for some router which used to sit in Internet backbone and allowed for public access.  (only user mode.)


Thanks all

Regards


 
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