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Peering is a voluntary interconnection of administratively separate Internet networks for the purpose of exchanging traffic between the customers of each network.

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Ho to implement RPKI for our Network

I would want to implement RPKI in my network. I have gone through some documents by which i cant understand the implementation process. What are the steps i should follow to implement RPKI in my ...
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Method to rename the existing BGP peer group

In Cisco ASR router, do we have any method to rename the existing peer group without removing and recreating it?
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how p2p connections are established over the internet [closed]

it's being said that a peer to peer network is not server-based for routing and processing data and only uses server for getting the up to dated nodes addresses (probably their internet IP address) to ...
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Analyze Network Traffic by Autonomous System Number?

I'm looking for the way to take an estimate consumptions toward internet per Autonomous System Number which could help me to make a decision if it's necessary to establish a peering with this AS's ...
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Network discovery and establishing connections within Eduroam, a network split in subnets

For our current project we are supposed to create a peer2peer (no server) game application which is played by a teacher and his students on the Eduroam network. The concerns of the stakeholder ...
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Routing an owned /24 IPv4 block to a single server [closed]

How would one go about routing a recently-purchased /24 block of IPv4's to a single server? The server is colocated in Zare.com, and the BGP session is already set up and announced.
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Question about BGP peering with your ISP

In you case you want to get rid of the static default route and you want to peer with your single ISP, do you need to announce any routes for your side ? I have the below config, is it enough for ...
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Regarding Infrastructure and Hardware

I am completely new to network engineering. So, I need some help to understand the things. I want to colocate my server with the datacenter with my own IP and ASN, do I have to have a router or a ...
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Relationship between DNS records of routers, whois information and geolocation? [closed]

Let's assume I have a connection between a machine at a datacenter in France and a datacenter in Singapore and the RTT between the two is around 270 ms according to ping. If I do a traceroute from ...
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Is it possible for secure third-party peering at wireless access points? [closed]

If the question title doesn't make sense, please forgive me, I'm not a networking person. I will try to describe what I mean: When you view your available networks on your computer, some are your ...
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Advertise downstream customer-owned /24 without BGP-Peering

First post, so I apologize if I don't lay things out clearly, or if this is the wrong forum. We are a small/regional ISP. We have a customer who has a couple of /24s (not purchased through us), and ...
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How does bandwidth throttling work

I'm trying to understand the basic mechanics of how throttling works. Here are two scenarios: Scenario 1: A hotel offers a fast and slow connection option to its guests. Let's say the slow plan is ...
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ISP connections Vs IX Connections

I would like to know the difference between ISP connections and IX connections? Basically we are evaluating some of the ISPs to get our edge circuits. While doing some research on it, came across to ...
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Why are there so many different Network File Systems & File Transfer Protocols? [closed]

I've been spending a lot of time trying to learn different Network File Systems & File Transfer Protocols etc. in order to integrate three different devices with three different Operating Systems: ...
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Who owns address betwen ISP links?

When ISPs connect with each other via peering or through transit who among the two owns the ip address between them? To explain my question further, When ISPs peer, the links between them must be ...
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traceroute -A - how does the lookup work?

How does the traceroute -A command work? How does the program look up the ASN? On which protocols or databases does the query depend? Can I recreate the -A option? I am using this version: Modern ...
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BGP - Peering points vs BGP speakers?

I'm taking a networks class and am a little confused about the role of BGP speakers vs peering points and I'm having trouble finding consistent / reliable resources by using google. Can anyone give a ...
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Who pays for traffic when it transits multiple providers

TLDR Question: Who pays for traffic when it transits multiple providers Original Question I know there are a great many sites out there with this question and answer, but as yet I have not been ...
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Route servers and looking glasses - what are they?

I've heard the term "route server" and "looking glass" thrown around here. What are they, and why should I care?
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How to filter non-bogon prefixes received via BGP from an Internet Exchange(IXP)?

When connected to an Internet peering exchange(IXP), what is a good way to make sure that people don't send you prefixes that they shouldn't be announcing? With regards to bogons I'm aware of the ...