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SolNet has in general an open Peering Policy.

Peering Policy

We are willing to peer with almost any autonomous system anywhere if we already have direct connectivity between us and if it is an ISP. This means that the peering can be over

  1. an Internet Exchange Point (public peering)
  2. a dedicated circuit between our and your peering nodes (private peering)

We prefer to peer over multiple geographically distributed interconnections for greater redundancy. In such a case we will also prefer to use hot potato forwarding although we will always honour AS path length and multi-exit discriminators. We have peering nodes for private peering in major public peering points in Europe. We are continiously establishing more peering nodes.

If you are interested in peering, please contact: SolNet Peering

Peering Agreement

The peering allows exchange of traffic between defined sets of IP networks. For SolNet, this set contains the networks of SolNet customers, including multihomed customers. The networks of SolNet customers are described in the RIPE database. ISP's set of IP networks must be defined in the same way (RIPE database or Merit Routing Arbiter database).

  • The exchange of routes will be over BGP 4 / BGP4+
  • Both parties acknowledge that this peering agreement is not legally binding, nor is it intended to be.

SolNet Exchange Point Connections

Geographic Region Name of IXP AS IP IPv6
Basel, CH SwissIX Externer Link 9044 2001:7f8:24::25
Frankfurt, DE DeCix Externer Link 9044 2001:7f8::2354:0:1
London, UK LINX Externer Link 9044 2001:7f8:4::2354:1
Zurich, CH SwissIX Externer Link 9044 2001:7f8:24::e
Zurich, CH Equinix Externer Link 9044 2001:7f8:c:8235:194:42:48:15

We are continiously establishing more peering points

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