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  1. Hello, Looking for BGP (GRE) Tunnel w/ DDoS protection and/or one without DDoS protection to announce some of our direct allocations IPv4/6 through. Requirements: BGP Tunnel (IPv4/IPv6) BGP Communities (not really necessary) Default-route only Public ASN 100 Megs or Gigabit bandwidth unmetered Location: Dallas or Kansas City (or central close) Quick turnaround turn up 24/7 support via email/ticket/phone Go with your best offers! Thanks you in advance!
  2. X4B is an Australian Registered Company (ABN: 56829648376). Our aim is to provide high quality services with unique features without a high price tag. A 5-day trial is available for many locations (Terms and Conditions do apply). We offer our services in Chicago, New Jersey, Las Vegas, Los Angeles (China Optimised), Netherlands and Luxembourg. To celebrate the release of BGP backend support, use the coupon code BGPISNEATISNTIT20 for 35% off any public plan on our website. Promo expires 23rd of December 2016. Coupon one per customer, but feel free to contact me via PM if you wish to use it again. Internal BGP sessions are free sessions for anyone who wants them and can be configured through the dashboard! Use this to integrate into your network or provide failover/redundancy into your network. Features Always On Multi-Layer Mitigation solution, filtering down to the last byte. GRE/IP-in-IP/IPSec and Reverse Proxy support (full support provided for Linux and Windows) HTTP(s) Load Balancing & Backup Servers Optimised HTTPS & HTTP/2.0 support Extensive Network Monitoring and 24/7 Incident Response. Optimised TCP stack for minimum latency Mature Platform backed by 5 Years of Industry Experience In-house developed comprehensive Layer 7 Mitigation Customisable HTTP(s) Resource Caching Live Attack Reporting & Weekly Reports Free Internal BGP Sessions (over GRE) IP Announcement Available in certain locations - Contact Us. Purchasing Purchase URL: https://www.x4b.net/protection/new Coupon Code: BGPISNEATISNTIT20 Coupon Discount: 35% off any public plan Coupon Expires: 23rd of December 2016 Questions? Please feel free to ask any sales related questions through this thread, by emailing [email protected] or by opening a sales ticket. If you require any account or service specific support please open a support ticket. Support: https://www.x4b.net/support Not sure how to use BGP? Check out our Knowledgebase, we have a tutorial for setup with Bird. P.S For those with multihomed services there is some more extra cool BGP features and a new product line coming soon. Keep an ear out :)
  3. I have some legacy IPV4 /24 netblocks from ARIN. Seeking a reliable VPS provider with nodes in US who can advertise one such block in BGP and route it to a VPS, i.e. so the VPS would have ~253 usable IPV4 addresses. Please quote lead time, as well as any one-time and/or monthly charges that would be added to the normal VPS cost. Also, please state which of your packages would be eligible for this add-on. Thanks.
  4. I am looking for a provider located Central US that can provide a BGP tunnel for transit and turn it up by Tuesday, August 11, 2015 end of business day or later. I can provide LOA and will need the provider to adjust their prefix list to account for at least one IPv4 /22 and IPv6 /36. Requirements: BGP Tunnel (IPv4/IPv6) BGP Communities (not really necessary) Default-route only Public ASN 100 Megs bandwidth unmetered Central US Quick turnaround turn up 24/7 support via email/ticket/phone or VPS VPS KVM 10GB Disk 4GB RAM Single IP VyOS Install
  5. Good Slides about Anycasting

    https://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog29/presentations/miller.pdf Anyone looking to do Anycast and wondering where to start here's a good rundown of what's needed and things you can do. The biggest hurdles are being able to announce your own space or having carriers that will ensure it's routed correctly.
  6. Some fun info about Colocrossing for today. The reason Colocrossing can't offer IPv6 and has delayed setting up BGP sessions (See Crissic's LA departure thread) is because they don't actually have a large core router. Instead, they use switches similar to the photo below as their "edge network". These routers can bring up a BGP session but they can't hold "an internet worth of routes". These switches top out around ~10,000 total routes. So how does Colocrossing get around this? They use multipath between all of their peers. Multipath does round-robin blasting packets down each peer in equal weight. Ever wonder why you have really ugly traceroutes like this? 3 host.colocrossing.com (192.3.94.137) 0.652 ms host.colocrossing.com (192.3.94.133) 0.708 ms host.colocrossing.com (192.3.94.137) 0.826 ms 4 207.86.157.13 (207.86.157.13) 0.288 ms 0.287 ms buf-b1-link.telia.net (213.248.96.41) 0.326 ms 5 nyk-bb1-link.telia.net (80.91.246.37) 9.606 ms 9.604 ms 9.545 ms 6 tinet.yyz02.atlas.cogentco.com (154.54.13.74) 12.793 ms 12.846 ms nyk-b3-link.telia.net (80.91.245.80) 9.808 ms 7 tmobile-ic-302276-war-b1.c.telia.net (213.248.83.118) 27.436 ms xe-4-3-0.atl11.ip4.tinet.net (141.136.108.134) 49.765 ms xe-8-0-0.atl11.ip4.tinet.net (141.136.108.142) 49.862 ms 8 eth2-1.r1.ash1.us.atrato.net (78.152.34.117) 21.874 ms total-server-solutions-gw.ip4.tinet.net (173.241.130.54) 49.968 ms eth2-1.r1.ash1.us.atrato.net (78.152.34.117) 23.592 ms 9 eth3-1.r1.atl1.us.atrato.net (78.152.34.181) 46.245 ms total-server-solutions-gw.ip4.tinet.net (173.241.130.54) 61.983 ms Notice how you have Cogent & Telia on the same hop, as well as Atrato once you start getting to Colo@? That's because each packet of the traceroute is going through a different peer in round robin. If they were running full routing tables they would have a single path through a single provider to get to a destination (since that ISP/path would have been picked to be the best, assuming they aren't doing cost based balancing). It's pretty sad and this setup actually causes random speed issues for some users, especially Comcast customers. You'll have good speed one one transfer then garbage the next. I'm not sure where they "invested" $1,000,000 into their network but it's obviously a lie.
  7. I'm looking for VPS hosts in the US and Europe that will can provide a KVM single CPU, 512mb, 10gb HDD and 50gb bandwidth VPS. I'll need a BGP session, IPv4 + IPv6 or just IPv4. Over this I'll announce a /24 and /48 from my own AS. Please get in touch if you can help out, feel free to message me. Thanks! Nat,