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Overview

We have built a tool that allows the for  Multiple perspectives of Autonomous Server Mapping (M-PASM). The tool can access and retrieve evegrow's DIMES and CAIDA's Skitter daily released AS edges. The tools facilitates data validation of AS numbers  through comparison with databases at the five regional Internet registries (RIRs). M-PASM can allow for mapping AS number to their apparent geographical locations and hence allows for constructing a picture of global AS connectivity. It implements topology analysis features that allows for temporal comparisons of the evolution of the AS topology.

Features

— The M-PASM  Development Team