AS286 / KPN International / KPN Eurorings
A list and explanation of AS286's used communities can be found here (AS286-communities.html).
For details on KPN's regional / selective blackhole support see AS286-erBH.html
A general outline of AS286's routing policy can be found here (AS286-routing-policy.html).
AS286's peering policy can be found here (AS286-peering-policy.html).
AS286's filtering policy can be found here (AS286-filtering-policy.html).
Other useful links and notes
- AS286 looking glass http://lg.as286.net/
- AS286 route servers telnet route-server.eurorings.net; login with user rs and password loveAS286
- running on a Cisco telnet mchn-s1-rs-01.eurorings.net
- running on a Juniper telnet blnb-s1-rs-01.eurorings.net
Notes (Juniper RS):
i) rPKI is supported;
ii) route table as286-cust-blnb-s1 is a full table as a customer would receive in Berlin;
iii) route table as286-peer is a peering view (different paths might be seen on different places) - in this table 65456:1 marked routes are
an exact match of AS-KPN, 65456:2 a "loose" match of AS-KPN (in the address space of IRR route objects) and 65456:0 are not
covered by AS-KPN (and it's members) at all
- AS286's as-set AS-KPN expanded:
- IRR 1:1 IPv4 and IPv6 (unified and sorted)
- IRR "compressed" IPv4 and IPv6 (NET/P,N-M stands
for all possible prefixes out of NET/P with prefix
length between N and M; NET/N-M is the short form if P=N; list is suitable to be used for Juniper route-filters)
- aggregated address space IPv4 and IPv6
- AS286 Peering DB record http://as286.peeringdb.com