The Routing Report first saw light of day on the 23rd February 1999. The Internet was seeing explosive commercial growth then, and no one was paying any attention to what was happening on it. There were no published reports, and the CIDR Report was then used as a marketing tool by ISPs wishing to show off how "big" they were.

With the encouragement of APNIC and other colleagues in the industry, I started producing the daily Routing Report, taking a more detailed look at the state of the Internet Routing Table on a per-Regional Internet Registry Basis. A detailed explanation of the daily routing report is now available.

Data Sources and Analysis Results

Analysis is carred out on the BGP data obtained from the APNIC router at DIX-IE (formerly NSP-IXP2). Since the project started, analysis of several other BGP feeds were started (some retired, some still running).

Current Data

Current data for the global Internet are available below. These sites are updated every day between 4am and 9am +10GMT.

DIX-IE (Japan) data Brisbane data LINX (London) data
Singapore data HKIX (Hong Kong) data

Some combined results from the above feeds are gradually becoming available as (my) time allows.

Data for the Research & Education routing table are also available, in a project under way for the Network Startup Resource Center, and can be found at

Historical Data

Historical data from currently running reports are also available below:

DIX-IE data since 1999 Brisbane data since 2013
London data since 1999 Singapore data since 2017
Hong Kong data since 2013 Guam R&E data since 2018
Bhutan R&E data since 2019 Washington data from 2013 to 2017
Oregon-IX data from 1997 to 2008 RouteViews data from 2008 to 2012

Note that the London data contain a dump of the IPv6 BGP table (with and without Team Cymru Bogon feed) - simply navigate to the 0700 folder in the daily data.


I would like to acknowledge and thank APNIC for kindly agreeing to host this website, for providing this system to process and store the data, and for access to their routers to get the BGP table.

Philip Smith, PFS Internet Development Pty Ltd

June 2017

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