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Looking Glass server

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Looking Glass servers are computers on the Internet running one of a variety of publicly available Looking Glass software implementations. A Looking Glass server (or LG server) is accessed remotely for the purpose of viewing routing information. Essentially, the server acts as a limited, read-only portal to routers of whatever organization is running the LG server.[1]

Typically, publicly accessible Looking Glass servers are run by Internet service providers (ISPs), Network Service Providers (NSP) or Internet exchange points (IXPs).

Some popular Looking Glass implementations are in Perl,[2] PHP [3][4] and Python [5][6] publicly available on GitHub.

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  1. ^ "Juniper - Looking Glass". Retrieved 21 January 2021. A super-user access is not necessary, a read-only user is not sufficient though. The operator class would be good enough. It is better to define a new class with access to specific commands to restrict the looking glass user to what it actually needs (no more, no less).
  2. ^ "Cougar/lg". 15 January 2021.
  3. ^ Mazoyer, Guillaume (9 January 2021). "respawner/looking-glass".
  4. ^ "hsdn/lg". Home Server Data Network Non-commercial Project. 25 November 2020.
  5. ^ Love, Matt (19 January 2021). "checktheroads/hyperglass".
  6. ^ "hyperglass".

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