BGP Peering Information
Gigafy has an open peering policy in our Australian region, however for bilateral sessions we do have several basic requirements:
- Peering partners must not be a Gigafy transit customer
- Peering partners must maintain a 24×7 Network Operations Center.
- Peering partners must cooperate in the troubleshooting of any peering related issues, denial of service attacks, hacking or virus penetration.
- Peering partners are prohibited from abusing our peering relationship by pointing default or resetting any next-hop.
- Peering partners are requested to peer at all common peering points.
- We reserve the right to not peer with anyone as we see fit and to terminate any peering at any time with 30 days notice or less as mutually agreed.
- We reserve the right to change this policy with 30 days notice.
Gigafy operates under the global autonomous system number of 136972 in Australia and operates both IPv4 and IPv6 networks available for peering.
All routes originating from Gigafy will be registered in the IRR under the AS Macro of AS-GIGAFYAU.
We maintain a PeeringDB record located at https://as136972.peeringdb.com/ where you can view our Public and Private peering locations.
To establish peering, please contact us via email at [email protected]
If you pass us more than 100 Mbit/sec we would also be willing to consider a bilateral peering session at our common peering points.
For any emergencies/issues regarding an existing peering relationship, please contact our 24/7 network operations department at [email protected] or call +61731771120