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* IRR (ARIN): [http://bgp.he.net/irr/as-set/AS-SUPRANET AS-SUPRANET]
 
* IRR (ARIN): [http://bgp.he.net/irr/as-set/AS-SUPRANET AS-SUPRANET]
 
* Peering Policy: Open
 
* Peering Policy: Open
* Prefixes (ipv4): ~50, Suggested Max 100
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* Prefixes (ipv4): ~20, Suggested Max 50
* Prefixes (ipv6): ~5, Suggested Max 20
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* Prefixes (ipv6): ~5, Suggested Max 10
 
* Peering locations: See http://as4150.peeringdb.com/
 
* Peering locations: See http://as4150.peeringdb.com/
 
* Contact: [mailto:peering@supranet.net peering@supranet.net]
 
* Contact: [mailto:peering@supranet.net peering@supranet.net]
 
 
  
 
= BGP Communities =
 
= BGP Communities =

Revision as of 23:51, 9 December 2015


SupraNet Communications, Inc peering, routing, BGP information. SupraNet currently operates AS4150 and AS5683.


Peering

BGP Communities

Informational

Informational Communities are BGP communities are added by SupraNet, to convey information about how and where the route was initially learned in our network. These communities will always have 5 digits in the second half, and are constructed in the following format:

5LLLT

  • 5 Informational
  • LLL Location code
    • 001 Madison - Excelsior
    • 002 Madison - Network 222
    • 003 Madison - Mifflin
    • 011 Chicago DF1
    • 012 Chicago Cermak
    • 021 Milwaukee
  • T Type of relationship the route was learned
    • 1 Transit
    • 2 Peer - private
    • 3 Peer - public
    • 4 Customer
    • 5 Internal

Action/Route Manipulation

  • #####:6000 Do Not export to AS #####
    • 4150:6000 - Do not export to any peers
    • 1239:6000 - Do not export to Sprint
    • 3356:6000 - Do not export to Level3

Network Information

3rd party websites that display useful information about our (and other) networks: