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  1. splitice

    [X4B] BGP Launch: 35% Off • From $6.50/month • 6 Locations • Remote DDoS Protection • Up to 1.5Tbps

    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...
  2. cubixcloud

    BGP (GRE) Tunnel w/ and w/o DDoS Protection

    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...
  3. R

    Can you route my legacy netblock?

    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...
  4. cubixcloud

    BGP Tunnel Central US (or KVM VPS)

    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...
  5. V

    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...
  6. gbshouse

    Rage4 announces public availability of managed anycast gateway service

    Rage4 is proud to annouce public availability of Rage4 ANY, managed anycast gateways service. Everyone can extend their geodistributed setup with anycast IP announced in three most popular locations - Los Angeles, New York and Amsterdam. All IPs are DDoS protected in cooperation with Staminus...
  7. Francisco

    Internet routing table breaks 512,000 routes

    Looks like with all the mass IP grabs as well as subletting of space, things have finally hit the 512K mark. Anyone on the raw end of an upstream router that ran out of route space? How do most routers handle route exhaustion? Does it still operate, just with a < full table? Or does it crap...
  8. Francisco

    ARIN about to make the routing table a whole lot fatter?

    So there's a proposal on ARIN's desk to allow the transferring/selling of < /24 allocations. Are we about to see a multi million entry routing table in the coming couple years? People with older switches that top at 512k routes are having a hard enough time as it is, but even > 1M route...
  9. N

    VPS in US and Europe with BGP session

    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...
  10. drmike

    Colocrossing's Core "Router" is a Switch

    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...
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