Routing

Connectivity I.T. operates on the public internet as AS58511.

Our network operational principal is to deploy onto every Australian peering point, and to interconnect internationally with key peering points and transit service providers for maximum efficiency. We are extensively peered, with over 1,500 IPv4 and over 900 IPv6 adjacencies as of August 2016.

Our network is divided into geographic regions, linked together by a high-capacity redundant backbone. Each region carries a slightly different routing table to ensure optimal routing. This is typically shortest-exit, with some exceptions to preference customers first, and prefer peerings/PNIs over transit.

We implement an automated filter system to prevent the acceptance of “more-specific” customer prefixes over peering or upstream links.

For more information please email NOC.

Peering

Our peering policy is generally open. We peer with routeservers at all IXes on which we are present, and we establish targeted bilateral sessions and private network interconnects (PNIs) over dedicated links where appropriate.

If you wish to establish bilateral session(s) with us, or create a PNI, please send an email to Peering with your details. Our preference is that we interconnect at all common IXPs globally. If we already have an adjacency with you via routeservers, we may ask that you provide additional justification for bilateral session(s).

Our PeeringDB page is actively maintained and reflects current status of our IX presence.

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