Our peering policy is built on transparency and flexibility, catering to both public and private peering needs. We ensure our network information is accurate and accessible, supporting the formation of effective and mutually advantageous peering partnerships.
For route automation please use AS-NETROUTING as our AS-SET (source RIPE).
Netrouting, with network ASN 47869, outlines its peering policy to establish effective and mutually beneficial peering relationships. Our approach emphasizes equitable exchanges, aligning with our global presence as detailed on our PeeringDB page.
Please note that this policy serves as a guideline and is subject to change.
Netrouting reserves the right to accept or decline peering requests at our discretion, and may terminate existing peering agreements without notice. We review peering applications via peering [at] netrouting.com, and aim to respond within five working days.
This policy is valid for both IPv4 and IPv6 address families.
Netrouting, with network ASN 47869, will announce all its routes: our own network and all customers. We do not require our peering partners to maintain a specific inbound to outbound ratio, but a certain traffic level must be met to accept the peering. We require peering in both IPv4 and IPv6.
Netrouting encourages peering partners operating solely in The Netherlands to peer at least in two of the following Internet Exchange Points:
For international peering partners, Netrouting requires peering at a minimum of one European Internet Exchange Points from the list below:
No traffic levels are required for public peering. Netrouting reserves the right to decline any requests at its own discretion.
Netrouting offers private interconnection at the following locations:
For private peering, the aggregated traffic volume must be 500 Mbit/s or more at each interconnection. Netrouting requires that partners support both IPv4 and IPv6 peering.