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    • ISSN: 1793-8244 (Print)
    • Abbreviated Title:  J. Adv. Comput. Netw.
    • Frequency: Semiyearly
    • DOI: 10.18178/JACN
    • Editor-in-Chief: Professor Haklin Kimm
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East Stroudsburg University, USA
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JACN 2022 Vol.10(2): 16-21
DOI: 10.18178/jacn.2022.10.2.284

Comparative Study between TraIXroute and Burkina TraIXroute on the Way to Traceroute

KIENTEGA Y. Raoul, OUEDRAOGO T Fréderic, BIKIENGA Moustapha, SIDIBÉ Moustapha

10.18178/jacn.2022.10.2.284

Abstract—The Internet is a worldwide computer network that allows its users, called Internet users, to communicate with each other on a global scale. Consisting of a multitude of interconnected networks, distributed throughout the world, each network is attached to its own entity called an Autonomous System (AS) that uses the BGP routing protocol to communicate. Autonomous Systems (AS) meet at an ixp point via agreements called peering. Methods have been developed to detect these peering points commonly called ixp. Our tool Burkina traIXroute proposes a better detection of ixp among many others. The purpose of our article is to make a comparative study between traIXroute and Burkina traIXroute in order to position our tool at the international level. Our tests carried out on the networks of our different operators to identify ixps were positive Figure 4. Our tool in its latest version integrates a good ergonomics to attract users. On a sample of 1000 IP addresses tested between a source and a destination we were able to detect a large number of ixps on the traceroute path in ipv4 and ipv6. In its results, it appears a strong concentration of ixps in European countries than in African countries 5% against 95%. A delay in terms of migration of ipv4 prefixes to IPV6 hinders the migration and evolution of the African ixp ecosystem. Our results were possible thanks to our Burkinabe tool TraIXroute which is a corrected version of traIXroute that became obsolete due to a bad construction of the cffi, the cryptography.
 
Index Terms—Comparison Tool, Burkina TraIXroute, TraIXroute
 
Kientega Y. Raoul is with University Norbert Zongo, Laboratory of Mathematics and Application (raoulkientegua@gmail.com)
Ouedraogo T Fréderic is with University Norbert Zongo, Laboratory of Mathematics and Application (fredoued@live.fr)
Bikienga Moustapha is with University Norbert Zongo, Laboratory of Mathematics and Application (bmoustaph@yahoo.fr)
SidibÉ Moustapha is with University Liaoning Shihua University Fushun, China (moustaphahadjs@gmail.com)
 
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Cite: KIENTEGA Y. Raoul, OUEDRAOGO T Fréderic, BIKIENGA Moustapha, SIDIBÉ Moustapha, " Comparative Study between TraIXroute and Burkina TraIXroute on the Way to Traceroute," Journal of Advances in Computer Networks vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 16-21, 2022.

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