Internet Peering Policy of euNetworks AS13237

Updated: 2020/03/06

Operational and Backbone Requirements

1.) Peer must operate a fully redundant network capable of handling a single-node outage in each network without significantly affecting the traffic being exchanged.
2.) Peer must operate a Network Operations Centre (NOC) which is staffed 24 x 7 x 365.
3.) Peer must cooperate in case of network abuse. On occurrence of Denial of Service.
4.) Peer must cooperate in case of network abuse. On occurrence of Denial of Service attacks Peer shall implement filters on request.
5.) Both parties shall support Remote Triggered Blackholing (based on RFC7999) up on request. In case the peer does not comply to setup RTBH,
especially during and after an incident, where RTBH would have been beneficial, euNetworks reserves the right to terminate peering relationships completely.

Routing Requirements

1.) Peer announces consistent customer routes from a single AS at all interconnection points.
2.) Peer implements closest-exit routing, if not otherwise agreed.
3.) All traffic exchanged between euNetworks and Peer shall be carried over the peering connections established between both networks.
4.) Routes should be aggregated as much as possible. The minimum prefix size accepted by euNetworks is /24 for IPv4 routes and /48 for IPv6 routes.
5.) Routes must be registered with a recognized route registry: e.g. RIPE, RADB or APNIC. Peers must enforce routing integrity by means of filters to their customers.
6.) No route of last resort (default route) will be directed to euNetworks using a peering interface.

Public Interconnection Requirements

1.) Public Peerings shall preferably be established at multiple locations. This shall take into account both redundancy as well as packet latency between the partner networks.
2.) Aggregated average traffic between euNetworks and Peer shall be significant.
3.) Apart from traffic analysis, euNetworks is willing to enter direct peering relationships with peers regarded as critical connectivity for eunetworks business.
4.) euNetworks reserves the right to set up public peerings on a test basis.
5.) A network may submit a peering request once every six months.

Private Interconnection Requirements

1.) euNetworks requires 2 Gbps of aggregated average traffic to justify a private peering relationship.
2.) Private Interconnects shall be done on one of the following interface types: 10GbE, 40GbE, 100GbE.
3.) Private Interconnects shall be backed by private or public interconnects in other physical locations.
4.) Upon request Peer shall execute a euNetworks Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA).
5.) Upon request Peer shall provide euNetworks with a readable hard or soft copy network map.
This map shall show network topology details and active IP capacity between backbone nodes.
6.) Each Party will bear its network cost. Expenditures for interconnection are shared between euNetworks and Peer.
7.) Both parties shall monitor the capacity of the Private Interconnect and negotiate further capacity upgrades if needed.
8.) Private Interconnects shall be set up in at least two geographically diverse locations.

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