- All peers must supply a contact that is available on a 24×7 basis, such as a Network Operations Center (NOC) or equivalent.
- Use of the Internet Routing Registry (IRR) is required for prefix filtering. (RADB is preferred)
- Peers should provide access to a looking glass or traceroute server to facilitate troubleshooting.
- All announcements are to be consistent across all interconnect locations.
- Aus Net Servers Australia reserves the right to suspend peering for an indefinite period of time should any form of network abuse be verified to take place via the peering interconnect such as denial of service attacks (DOS), unsolicited bulk email (SPAM).
- MD5 password: preferred but not required.
- Aus Net Servers Australia can not accept any announcement smaller than /24.
- Aus Net Servers Australia’s final decision on peering is based upon a mutually agreeable decision to peer based upon operational needs. If our operational needs cause a peering arrangement to conflict with the best interest of us, we reserves the right to terminate the peering agreement with reasonable advance notice.
- All potential and current peers must have and maintain a valid PeeringDB.com record.
Our Virtual Routers
Our multi-homed BGP network cluster with multiple redundancies to ensure your BGP session says up and continue to deliver content.
Advertise your ASN (Autonomous System Number) through our Australian Cloud Network and utilize the Aus Net Servers Australia Network anywhere in Australia.
IPv4 / IPv6
Advertise your IPv4 and/or IPv6 Prefixes through us either via your own ASN or via Our Multi Homed ASN (AS59259) to announce your Prefixes to the world.
Aus Net Servers Australia has multiple peering path's, we peer with a range of service providers which include MegaPort, VIC-IX, iiNET, Telstra and CloudFlare.
* Subject to strict terms and conditions.