We (well, Brendon) has fixed some bugs, tidied things up and added some
more AMP graphs if people are interested:
We've added the nameservers that serve the APNIC reverse zones (as far
as we can tell). These normally aren't hit when you fetch a webpage
(being reverse zones), but some services (eg ssh) may look up your
hostname before allowing you to connect for
logging/hostname-authentication purposes. Compared to the root/forward
zone name servers, this is quite a different looking picture.
Also, we're starting to do MTU tests to some places (mostly on KAREN):
Which is quite interesting. The symbol beside the number showing that
pMTU discovery failed is probably important for people to investigate
and get fixed.
Again, if anyone has any thoughts, comments or suggestions we're keen to
hear from you.