Data Center Peering Policy

AS 14361 Peering Information (AS 14361) maintains a generally open data center peering policy and is willing to peer with networks that have a presence on mutual exchange points.

To ensure optimal QoS and redundancy, peers are requested to peer with us at all common peering points. For private peering, a minimum of 50 Mb/s average or 100 Mb/s 95th percentile sustained traffic over the three (3) immediately preceding months is required to have been exchanged between the two potential peer networks. For public peering, there are no traffic requirements. We maintain a detailed NetFlow analysis and will share such with potential peers when evaluating the feasibility and the likely effect of data center peering policy.

Private peering is possible at all the network PoPs and CherryRoad Data Centers. Additional peering locations may be added in the future.

If you would like to peer with us, have any questions, or need further details, please contact our peering team. Detailed peering information is available by request only and is not published online.

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