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  • November 17th, 2015

    A Simple BGP

    A Simple BGP is initiative of Radar by Qrator team which aims to simplify the process of BGP configuration and avoid route leaks by adding built in protection against route leaks in BGP. Route leak is a network anomaly, when route learned from provider or peer is announced to another provider or peer.  The effect of such issues could vary from increased network delays for victim (originator of prefix) to DoS for both victim and leaker. According to our research main reason of these routing issues are mistakes in BGP configuration. You could find more details about proposed BGP extension on our website. We have already implemented this extension as a fork of BIRD routing daemon. You could download it from GitHub under GNU public license. This implementation have full backward compatibility with \"classic\" BGP, so you are welcome to use it now and be sure that you will have no route leaks inside your network. We have also finished big inner work with our AS relation model and architecture reconfiguration. The result of these changes should make data accurate and we now are quite near to start providing real time service. The weekly reports will be back at next Monday. We are waiting for your comments, feedbacks and suggestions! You could also catch us in person during this week at RIPE meeting.


  • June 10th, 2015

    IPv6, MOAS conflicts and lots of other things

    Qrator Radar team is pleased to announce the launch of a number of new mechanisms. First of all we finally added support for IPv6. Now we've got three major blocks: IPv4 connectivity, IPv6 connectivity and Security Issues combining the data for both IPv4 and IPv6. The next thing to notice is that the detection of Multiple Origin AS (MOAS) was added. The same as in case of Route Leaks, we are not trying to determine the reason for such network anomaly -- it's just the detection of its presence. We also implemented DNS resolve for domain names, which means that now you only need to enter the domain name in the search field. Security Issues for domain names are coming soon. And the last feature in this release: reports. You now have an opportunity to subscribe for aggregated weekly or monthly reviews of your AS. These reports cover both connectivity and security issues.


  • May 5th, 2015

    New Design with new Functionality

    Our team is pleased to announce the launch of a fully new version of our portal. We've been working hard to improve UI interfaces and the quality of the data in our AS Relation model. In this release we also launch an open beta of our new tool – Global Reverse Looking Glass. With its help you can now determine the path(s) to your prefix which the target AS will choose according to the determined prepend policy. To access this tool you only need to establish a BGP multihop session with our reflector.


  • February 3rd, 2015

    Detecting hidden relationships

    The Radar by Qrator team is glad to announce the launch of the new model of inter-AS relations and priority determination which is expected to significantly improve the quality of our data. This new model gave us a number of additional opportunities. For example, we are now able to correctly distinguish paid and free peering relationships. On the base of the updated model we are going to add new functionality on our portal in the near future. The first one from this set of tools will be the global Reverse Looking Glass.


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