BGP peering question
ramirezcyrus at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 12 20:43:21 CST 2017
Is your AS registered with ARIN?2 byte or 4 byte ASN number?How many devices are you peering with?Dual homed, multi homed?Bandwidth?Type of traffic?
There are alot more...
On Wednesday, July 12, 2017, 3:11:38 PM EDT, David Hofstee <opentext.dhofstee at gmail.com> wrote:
I would state that peering gives more control over the traffic you handle
(since it is not going over someone else's network). Every hop is a
possible problem to your operations, I guess.
On 12 July 2017 at 09:13, Wolfgang Tremmel <wolfgang.tremmel at de-cix.net>
> > On 11. Jul 2017, at 21:43, Nick Hilliard <nick at foobar.org> wrote:
> > Patrick W. Gilmore wrote:
> >> 1) Are they present an IX where I am present?
> >> 2) Can they configure BGP correctly?
> >> 3) … Beer?
> > 1) do they have a pulse?
> 4 ) are they in PeeringDB and keep their entry up to date? (especially the
> contact information)
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My opinion is mine.
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