The Flattening Internet Topology - Traceroute Data

This data set consists of traceroute queries from 50 servers around the world to the top 20 Web sites as listed by in September 2007.
Within the main directory there is 1 directory for each traceroute server used. The directory name corresponds to the country name (or state name in the case of US-based traceroute servers). US servers also have C or A appended to their state name depending on whether the server is located at a Commercial or an Academic site. In each directory there are query results from the traceroute server (denoted by the directory name) to each of the top 20 Web sites listed by
Traceroutes were run between September 27 and October 1, 2007.
The data was collected and contributed by Phillipa Gill (phillipa (dot) gill (dot) ab (at) gmail (dot) com) of the University of Calgary.
Phillipa Gill, Martin Arlitt, Zongpeng Li, and Anirban Mahanti. "The Flattening Internet Topology: Natural Evolution, Unsightly Barnacles or Contrived Collapse?", in Proceedings of the Passive and Active Measurement (PAM) Conference 2008. Cleveland, USA. April 2008.
This data may be freely redistributed.
File containing the traceroute data: gzip'd tar archive of HTML files (375 KB)

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