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Anurag Bhatia
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. In my free time I play around with open source tools, write random code to detect & measure stuff, automate stuff etc.

Contact

Anurag Bhatia
You can contact me via any of the following ways: Email: me@anuragbhatia.com Signal: anurag_bhatia.03 Telegram: https://t.me/anurag_bhatia Twitter: https://twitter.com/anurag_bhatia Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anuragbhatia21 Secure Communication In case you wish to send me an encrypted file or message, you can use my public PGP key to encrypt the message. Public PGP Keys: Download from here PGP Key ID: C026FC9C PGP Key Fingerprint: 2A7B 772D D834 4CE7 13F8 54DF 3BB9 4B26 C026 FC9C

EU-Airtel high latency

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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.

Mentions

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This page tracks a list of various external sources where this blog has been mentioned, linked or referenced. This does not reflect a complete list but I try my best to link mentions here. Seven years in the life of Hypergiants’ off-nets: Microsoft Research, ACM, Research Gate and University College London Towards a traffic map of the Internet - Connecting the dots between popular services and users: Delft University of Technology Major BGP leak disrupts thousands of networks globally: BleepingComputer Comcast now blocks BGP hijacking attacks and route leaks with RPKI: BleepingComputer Content distribution via CDN: Mongolian National datacenter Jordan: Measuring Facebook live-streaming interference: OONI - Open Observatory of Network Interference Proximity-as-a-Service: University of Oslo The Central Problem with Distributed Content: ACM SIGCOMM and HAL Science Framework for Establishment of Internet Exchange Points (“IXPs”) in The Bahamas: The Bahamas Telecommunications Company Limited Vodafone India Behind BGP Hijack That Briefly Affected Several Global Networks: Medianama A Major BGP Hijack by AS55410-Vodafone Idea Ltd: MANRS Massive BGP leak affects thousands of networks and websites globally: Neotel.

Presentations and workshops

Anurag Bhatia
This page tracks a list of various presentations and workshops I have given across various internet networking events. Presentation Event BGP Route Leaks SANOG 24 (Noida, India) Misused Top ASNs bdNOG4 (Sreemangal, Bangladesh), APRICOT 2016 (Auckland, New Zealand), ENOG 11 (Moscow, Russia), NANOG 75 (San Francisco, US) and APRICOT 2019 (Daejeon, South Korea) Disconnected Network Islands SANOG 27 (Kathmandu, Nepal) Root DNS Anycast in UK & Ireland INEX June meeting (Dublin, Ireland) Root DNS Anycast in South Asia JANOG 38 (Okinawa, Japan), SANOG 28 (Mumbai, India), HKNOG 3.