I am a Network Researcher based out of Haryana, India. I got a lot of interest in Networking Technologies – the way Internet works, DNS, BGP routing, Network Peering, IXPs, IPv6 etc. Presently I am working at Hurricane Electric (AS6939). My work goes closely around BGP routing, IXPs, DNS, IPv6, anycast and other related aspects of Internet core. I am also involved with stealth startup on internet measurement - Lynkstate as an advisor.
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Date: 12 Dec 2021 00:54 (GMT + 5.5) Traffic from EU > Airtel India via the US! Bulk traces via NLNOG Ring Germany France Netherlands Telia Looking Glass showing no-export Date: 13 Dec 2021 21:43 (GMT + 5.5) Update: Airtel having issues due to submarine cable outage and is intentionally routing EU -> India traffic via the US. Date: 06 Jan 2021 23:32 (GMT + 5.5) The issue seems to be fixed at around 20:30 on 6th Jan 2021.
Linux Mirrors I am hosting Ubuntu mirror both for their releases as well as repo data in a Mumbai datacenter. This mirror is behind CTPL AS132933 with direct connectivity to hundreds of peers of DE-CIX Mumbai and via a mix of IP transits for the rest of the world. If you are a Ubuntu user in India, you can expect to reach the server within (mostly) 50ms latency and can be accessed over both IPv4 and IPv6.