Ubiquity.IO seeks to interconnect its IP network with other IP networks on a settlement-free basis when such interconnection would provide a tangible benefit to Ubiquity.IO and its customers, and would be in compliance with the guidelines set forth in this policy. Ubiquity.IO operates a nationwide IP network under the Autonomous System Number (ASN) 15003.
- Traffic Amounts: All peers must have a minimum of 300 Mb/s (megabits per second) of peak-hour bi-directional traffic between their network and Ubiquity.IO's network that will be instead exchanged under the proposed peering relationship. All peers must agree to direct any traffic destined to Ubiquity.IO's network via the peering session.
- BGP: All peers must have the capability to establish a BGP4 session with Ubiquity.IO over which full routing information about the peer's network will be sent to Ubiquity.IO.
- Route Filtering: All peers must implement prefix-based filtering technology to ensure that only IP addresses that they are authorized to use are sent to Ubiquity.IO. All peers will engage in generally accepted best practices for ensuring that their customers are using only authorized IP address space.
- Transit Routes: No transit or other 3rd party routes are to be announced over the peering session. All routes exchanged must be the peer's and the peer's customer's routes.
- Default Routes: No peer may establish a "default route" or "route of last resort" destined for the Ubiquity.IO network.
- Prefix Aggregation: All peers agree to make a good-faith effort to announce the most aggregated route set possible.
- Internet Routing Registry: It is highly recommend that all peers utilize an Internet Routing Registry (IRR) such as RADB (www.radb.net) for registering route objects associated with their network. This will allow Ubiquity.IO network administrator to easily create and verify configuration information for the peering BGP session.
Operational and Administrative Requirements
- 24 Hour NOC: All peers must operate a professionally managed Network Operations Center (NOC) or equivalent contact center which opened 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All peers must provide and maintain accurate telephone and electronic (i.e. e-mail) contact information.
- Resolution of Issues: All peers must agree to fix or otherwise remedy any issues within a reasonable timeframe. All peers must agree to actively cooperate with Ubiquity.IO to resolve any security, abuse, or other operational issues.
- Current or Former Customers: No current Ubiquity.IO customers, including those of any Ubiquity.IO brand or subsidary, or any customer of any brand or subsidary of any Ubiquity.IO's parent company, Nobis Technology Group, L.L.C., are eligible for peering. No former customer of Ubiquity.IO, or any former customer of any brand or subsidary of Ubiquity.IO's parent company, Nobis Technology Group, L.L.C., are eligible for peering within 6 months of the termination of their relationship with Ubiquity.IO or any brand or subsidary of Ubiquity.IO's parent company, Nobis Technology Group, L.L.C.
- Trial Period: All connections will be considered "trial connections" for the first 90 days. Ubiquity.IO reserves the right to suspend or terminate any trial connection at any time, for any reason or for no reason at all, with or without notice to the peer.
- Right to Suspend or Terminate for Convenience: Either party may choose to suspend or terminate the peering relationship at any time. With the exception of incidents involving security or abuse related matters, both Ubiquity.IO and the peer must agree to give each other not less than 30 days notice of their intent to suspend or terminate the peering relationship. During incidents involving security or abuse related matters, either Ubiquity.IO or the peer may temporarily suspend the peering session until such time that the other party can remedy the situation.
- Right to Terminate due to Traffic Levels: All peering relationships require that peers must have a minimum of 300 Mb/s (megabits per second) of peak-hour bi-directional traffic between their network and Ubiquity.IO's network that will be instead exchanged under the proposed peering relationship. Should traffic fall below that level for a period of 30 days, Ubiquity.IO may terminate the peering relationship upon 15 days notice to the peer.
- Guidelines Only: The restrictions on peers imposed on this document are to serve only as guidelines for Ubiquity.IO when deciding whether or not to engage in a peering relationship. Meeting the requirements and compliance with the conditions set forth herein does not necessarily mean that a peer will be accepted. Ubiquity.IO may decline to enter into a peering relationship with any party for any reason or for no reason at all.
- Peering Agreement Required: All peers must enter into a Peering Agreement with Ubiquity.IO before a peering relationship will be established. This agreement may define additional terms not set forth in this document or otherwise disclosed, and may be modified with each peer. A copy of our standard Peering Agreement can be obtained by contacting email@example.com.
Any parties wishing to establish a peering relationship with Ubiquity.IO should contact the Ubiquity.IO peering team via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure you include your exchange locations and ASN(s) in your initial message