[brite-users] Total routers in internet

Christopher D. Carothers chrisc at cs.rpi.edu
Wed Oct 8 14:58:24 EDT 2003


Verdi -- checkout the rocketfuel project at UWash. You can get the
topology for a number of large ISPs, such as AT&T. Rocketfuel data will
tell you which routers are backbone, however routing (i.e., OSPF weights)
and other aspects have to be either inferred or "best guess". Hope this
helps...

Regards,
Chris

On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, Verdi March wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> are there any references on the total number of routers in the
> internet? CAIDA only mentions the number of ASes, not routers.
> 
> Rgds,
> Verdi
> 
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