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To: AmericanInTokyo; TigerLikesRooster; gandalftb

Two OT:
North Korea no longer relies on a single foreign telecom company to carry its Internet traffic to and from the rest of the world. A second route via Intelsat started appearing in BGP announcements from April 5 (around 6am local Pyongyang time).

Detected prefix: 175.45.176.0/24 , Announced by AS131279 (STAR-KP — Ryugyong-dong) Detected upstream/next hop AS: AS22351(INTELSAT Intelsat Global BGP Routing Policy)

http://www.northkoreatech.org/2012/04/08/dprk-gets-second-link-to-internet/

and Changes at Pyongyang Earth Station:

http://www.northkoreatech.org/2012/03/31/changes-at-pyongyang-earth-station/


30 posted on 04/09/2012 4:52:06 AM PDT by AdmSmith (GCTGATATGTCTATGATTACTCAT)
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Here is the AS22351 INTELSAT Global BGP Routing Policy
http://www.robtex.com/as/as22351.html

But I do not see a link to AS22351 here: http://www.robtex.com/route/175.45.176.0-24.html

only to AS4837 China-Network-Communications-Group China Network Communications (CNC Group) http://www.robtex.com/as/as4837.html


31 posted on 04/09/2012 5:12:05 AM PDT by AdmSmith (GCTGATATGTCTATGATTACTCAT)
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