Peering with AS20562
Open Peering has an Open Peering policy. We have the following peering preferences:
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request information and initiate peering.
- To setup peering on multiple geographical locations
- To peer with a network operating a 24x7 NOC
- To peer with networks with an up to date routing registry (such as RIPE)
- To peer with networks with an up to date entry in PeeringDB
- To peer settlement free
This document only applies to Open Peering AS20562.
Meeting the peering guidelines presented in this document is not a guarantee that a peering relationship with
Open Peering will be established. Open Peering shall evaluate a number of business factors and reserves the
right not to enter into a peering agreement with an otherwise qualified applicant.
Open Peering is willing to peer (IPv4 and IPv6) with networks which are connected to one or more exchange points
which we have in common.
We will announce to you via BGP4 any routes which we carry and will listen to any routes that you carry. If
you peer with Open Peering, we expect the following:
- Only send us traffic that is destined for the prefixes we announce to you. Do not point default at
us or use static routes to send us traffic that does not match the routes we announce to you.
- Open Peering will announce consistent routes at each exchange point, but variations may occur due
- Open Peering expects you to peer at all exchange fabrics we have in common if we peer with you via
public exchanges or all facilities we have in common if we peer via private interconnect with you.
- Open Peering sets up IPv6 peering (along with IPv4 peering) with all networks that run both
Requesting peering to AS20562
Any network is welcome to contact Open Peering via email at email@example.com to
discuss peering. Please include your ASN and peering point locations. An up-to-date peeringDB entry is
nearly always required.
An ISP seeking peering should submit its request in writing via email providing a brief description of its
network including such information as:
- whether it has a single-country or regional network
- if regional, which countries are served
- in which exchange points the ISP has a presence
- a list of autonomous system numbers and prefixes served (AS macro/AS set)
- a description of the type of traffic carried by the network
|General Peering Information
|Max Prefix IPv4
|Max Prefix IPv6
||Open (for both IPv6 & IPv4)
|Public Peering Locations
|Private Peering Locations
|Peering Contact Information
Open Peering Exchange Point Information
Open Peering strives to provide uncongested bandwidth at all exchange points. All exchange port bandwidth is
monitored and kept within acceptable levels. The network is upgraded constantly, and large peers are moved
onto private peering sessions.
When requesting peering with Open Peering at multiple locations, we also request that backbone operators
provide enough backhaul bandwidth to handle their peering bandwidth needs.
Changes to the peering policy and existing peerings
Existing peers of AS20562 will have their peering status reviewed periodically to ensure joint capacity
planning and to ensure that all criteria continue to be met.
Open Peering reserves the right to terminate peering for convenience, upon a 1 month prior notice or with
peers who do not meet the criteria described above.
Periodic review of this policy will be conducted to ensure that the criteria and eligibility requirements
are consistent with Open Peering business needs. Open Peering may modify this peering policy at any time.
Open Peering AS20562 peering Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
Open Peering will investigate occurrences that may involve such violations and may involve, and cooperate
with, law enforcement authorities in prosecuting Users who are involved in such violations.
The peering shall not be used for sending high volumes of traffic to a specific ASN. Traffic to a specific
ASN shall not exceed 25% of total traffic exchanged.
Open Peering shall not be liable for any damages of any nature suffered by any peer or any third party
resulting in whole or in part from Open Peering’s exercise of its rights under these policies. Open Peering
reserves the right to modify this Acceptable Use Policy at any time in its sole and absolute discretion.
The transmitted data may only be used by the peer for their own operational purposes, e.g. network
management, billing or determining abusive connections.
The peer shall, in particular, comply with the provisions set out by Data Protection legislation, the
provisions of Protection of Privacy and Telecommunications Act.
Neither party shall be liable for the content of information which the transmitting party or any third
party accountable to it transmits to the other party or which the receiving party lets proceed through the
other party. Liability for the content shall be based exclusively on the applicable legal regulations.
- Open Peering in no way condones or tolerates any forms of abuse on the Open Peering network (AS20562)
or the Internet. Open Peering and its subsidiaries (collectively “Open Peering”) have formulated this
Acceptable Use Policy in order to encourage the responsible use of Open Peering's networks, systems,
services, web sites and products (collectively “Open Peering's Network and Services”) by our peers, and
customer networks behind our peers, and to enable us to provide our users with secure, reliable and
productive services. This Acceptable Use Policy is appropriate on all internet-based services of Open
Peering and is applicable to peers and customer networks behind peers.
- Open Peering's Network and Services must be used in a manner that is consistent with their intended
purposes and may be used only for lawful purposes.
- Open Peering is not responsible for any material created or accessible on or through Open Peering's
Networks and Services that is not posted by or at the request of Open Peering. Open Peering does not
monitor nor exercise any editorial control over such material but reserves the right to do so to the
extent permitted by applicable law. Open Peering is not responsible for the content of any web sites
other than Open Peering’s web sites, including for the content of web sites linked to such Open
Peering's web sites. Links are provided as Internet navigation tools only.
- Open Peering takes reasonable security measures to protect the proper operation of the Open Peering
AS20562 network against negative outside influences. However, peers should not rely on such measures
for the protection of its own equipment and data.
- Peers are prohibited from violating or attempting to violate the security of Open Peering's AS20562 and
customer's networks, including, without limitation, by:
- Accessing data not intended for peer or logging into a server or account which peer is not
authorized to access;
- Attempting to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of a system or network or to breach
security or authentication measures without proper authorization;
- Attempting to interfere with, disrupt or disable service to any user, host or network,
including, without limitation, via means of overloading, “flooding”, “mail bombing” “crashing”
or any other form (but not limited to) of “(Distributed) Denial of Service Attack”;
- Taking any action in order to obtain services to which peer is not entitled. Violations of
system or network security may result in civil or criminal liability.
AUP enforcement and notice
Peer's failure to observe the guidelines set forth in this AUP may result in Open Peering taking actions
anywhere from a warning to a suspension or termination of peering.
When feasible, Open Peering may provide peer with a notice of an AUP violation via e-mail or otherwise
allowing the peer to promptly correct such violation.
Open Peering reserves the right, however, to act immediately and without notice to suspend or terminate
affected peering sessions.
Any complaints (other than claims of copyright or trademark infringement) regarding violation of this AUP by
an Open Peering peer (or its customer) should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where possible, include details that would assist Open Peering in investigating and resolving such complaint
(e.g. IP address(s), a copy of the offending transmission and any log files).
Interpretation of this Peering Policy and Resolution of any disputes will be done according Dutch Law and
the courts of Amsterdam in the Netherlands shall have exclusive jurisdiction.
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