AS5413 - Daisy Communications - Peering Information

Daisy Communications is an International Internet Service Provider based in the United Kingdom. It is focused on providing a high quality, redundant and resilient service to its clients and will enter into a peering relationship if it feels that such a relationship will be to a benefit to Daisy Communications and its Clients.

This policy applies to all requests for settlement-free interconnect with Daisy Communications either via private peering on dedicated interconnect or via public peering at Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) and should only be taken as a general guide to the approach taken by Daisy Communications when deciding to peer with another Autonomous System. Daisy Communications has no obligations as a result of providing this document. Each request to peer with Daisy Communications will be considered on a case by case basis. Daisy Communications may choose not to peer if we receive a route via an existing peering relationship. Daisy Communications will not peer with its customers.

Daisy Communications conducts periodic internal reviews of its Peering Policy to ensure that eligibility for peering is consistent with its growth. Existing peers may be asked at times to re-qualify for continued peering.

AS5413 Peering Contact Information
Role Name Phone Email
General Peering Contact Peering Engineers peering@as5413.net
Maintenance & Outage Notification/Reporting TOC +44 208 587 6095 techops@daisygroup.com
Co-Ordinator Duncan Lockwood duncan.lockwood@daisygroup.com
AS5413 Exchange Point and Private peering Details
ASN export policy (as-set and route-set) max prefix
AS5413 AS5413:AS-CUSTOMER AS5413:RS-CUSTOMER 500 recommended for v4, 50 recommended for v6
Location Port ipv4 ipv6
LINX, London (Telehouse North) 20GE 195.66.224.29 2001:7F8:4::1525:1/64
LINX, London (Harbour Exchange) 20GE 195.66.236.29 2001:7F8:4:1::1525:1/64
AMS-IX, Amsterdam 10GE 195.69.144.95 2001:7F8:1::A500:5413:1/64
DE-CIX, Frankfurt 10GE 80.81.192.11 2001:7F8::1525:0:1/64
LoNAP, London (Telehouse North) 10GE 193.203.5.14 2001:7F8:17::1525:1/64
LINX PI, London (Telehouse North & Telehouse East) 10GE, GigE private peer
PI, London (Telehouse North & Telehouse East) 10GE, GigE private peer
AS5413 Peering Guidelines for Public Peering
* Each peer must establish and maintain links to facilitate mutually acceptable performance
* All BGP sessions require MD5 passwords
* Each peer must operate a 24x7 Network Operations Centre or Monitoring Centre or provide a mechanism to report and action faults 24x7
* Each peer must set next hop to be itself and must not set route of last resort pointing to AS5413
* Each peer shall advertise consistent route announcements at all public peering points
* Hot-potato routing is implied, (we will choose our exit best for AS5413, we will not normally honour meds)
* AS5413 will 'set community none' on all received routes (including routes received with no-export/no-advertise)
* Each peer with a total minimum busy hour traffic exchange of 100mb shall be present at two or more public peering points and shall assist with quarterly capacity planning reviews to accommodate traffic growth and ensure least latency and packet loss path
* Willingness to enter into a Bilateral Interconnect Agreement and Non-Disclosure Agreement with AS5413
* Each peer will maintain accurate prefix and routing information in a publicly accessible Internet Routing Registry (IRR).
* Each peer and AS5413 shall announce only their infrastructure and own customer routes
* Each peer shall achieve a minimum busy hour traffic exchange of 50mb


AS5413 Peering Guidelines for Private Peering
* Each peer must establish and maintain links to facilitate mutually acceptable performance and shall be liable in most cases for half the costs of the interconnect
* All BGP sessions require MD5 passwords
* Each peer must operate a 24x7 Network Operations Centre or Monitoring Centre or provide a mechanism to report and action faults 24x7
* Each peer must set next hop to be itself and must not set a route of last resort pointing to AS5413
* Each peer shall advertise consistent route announcements at all public peering points
* Each peer shall have a total minimum busy hour traffic exchange of 100mb
* Each peer shall provide a backup session over a public exchange to protect against service interruption on single private interconnect
* Hot-potato routing is implied, (we will choose our exit best for AS5413, we will not normally honour meds)
* AS5413 will 'set community none' on all received routes (including routes received with no-export/no-advertise)
* Each peer shall assist with quarterly capacity planning reviews to accommodate traffic growth and ensure least latency and packet loss path
* Willingness to enter into a Bilateral Interconnect Agreement and Non-Disclosure Agreement with AS5413
* Each peer will maintain accurate prefix and routing information in a publicly accessible Internet Routing Registry (IRR).
* Each peer and AS5413 shall announce only their infrastructure and own customer routes
* AS5413 will prefer the private interconnect for best path. Daisy Communications expects the peer to do the same unless agreed otherwise

If you wish to peer with Daisy Communications AS5413, please ensure you can commit to our peering requirements and then complete the Contract Application Form

AS5413 maintains records in peeringdb.com

PLEASE COMPLETE ALL SECTIONS OF THE CONTRACT APPLICATION FORM IN FULL IF YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR PEERING WITH DAISY COMMUNICATIONS

For any further queries about peering with AS5413 please contact peering@as5413.net

AS5413 24x7 NOC is available on +44 208 587 6095 or by emailing techops@daisygroup.com