[Nlnog] Fwd: Cogent and Google no longer peered via IPv6

Arjan van der Oest arjan at vanderoest.net
Wed May 4 20:55:15 UTC 2011

Had iemand dit en de vervolgdiscussie op de ipv6-ops list al meegekregen? Navraag leerde het volgende statement van Cogent:

> Hello Tore,
> here is the statement of our Peering department:
> "[...] we don't peer with Google because they don't meet
> our peering policy and as a result we will not get this v6 route."


Begin forwarded message:
> From: Phil Benchoff <benchoff at vt.edu>
> Date: 3May2011 2:27:22 GMT+02:00
> To: "ipv6-ops at lists.cluenet.de" <ipv6-ops at lists.cluenet.de>
> Subject: Cogent and Google no longer peered via IPv6
> As of Thursday 28 April at about noon (EDT) most of our  IPv6 inbound traffic
> shifted to our backup ISP.  A little digging shows that we are receiving no
> routes from AS15169 (Google) via Cogent.  They are no longer peered via IPv6.
> No HE and no Google.  That somewhat limits the usefulness of our IPv6
> connectivity via Cogent.
> Anybody else notice this?
> Phil

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