The network map shows the Peering relationship between different ASNs. Its data upstream is map.dn42, and the data upstream of map.dn42 is the GRC service provided by burble.dn42, so some peering may not be completely displayed.
The refresh period of the map depends on the local crawl time and the refresh time of map.dn42. In the slowest case, there will be a delay of at most 30 minutes.
When click on an ASN, its detailed information will be displayed on the right side of the screen. At the same time, the minimum reachable hops of all ASNs will be used as the basis for coloring the map.
The map does not currently support mobile devices. (Now supported)
All ISPs will be displayed on the list at different levels. In order to encourage decentralization and diversification of the network, centrality is used to calculate the ISP level.
Please note that malicious competition has no benefit to the network, and ASN that seriously disrupts the network information system will be permanently excluded from the calculation range by the system.
In order to respond to potential threats and misoperations, Niantic Network's threat response plan includes a ROA detection and alarm mechanism. All alerts will be refreshed in near real time and displayed on this page. The refresh rate of this page is about 15 minutes.