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D. Cicalese, D. Rossi
IP anycast is a commonly used technique to share the load of a variety of global services. For more than one year, leveraging a lightweight technique for IP anycast detection, enumeration and geolocation, we perform regular IP monthly censuses. While this paper provides a brief longitudinal study of the anycast ecosystem, we make all our datasets (raw measurement from PlanetLab and RIPE Atlas), results (monthly geolocated anycast replicas for all IP/24) and code available to the community.