What is Paid-Peering?
Paid-Peering is not Transit.
With Paid-Peering, both ATDN and the Paid-Peer exchange routes across the Paid-Peering connection(s) using the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP-4). ATDN and the Paid-Peer only announce customer routes to each other. Other technical details:
- Interconnection speed depends on the traffic volume and geographic diversity of the interconnections.
- Routing is hot-potato i.e. no MED announcements will be honored.
- No route of last resort or default route should be pointed at ATDN. Similarly, ATDN will never point such a route at the Paid-Peer's network.
- All routes advertised to ATDN should be registered in a recognized Internet Routing Registry (IRR) such as RADB or RIPE. Similarly, all routes advertised from ATDN will be registered. The ATDN Route-Set is AOLTW:RS-AOL. AS-Set is AOLTW:AS-AOL.
Why should I sign up for Paid-Peering?
With Paid-Peering you get the following benefits:
How do I sign up?
- Direct access to all AOL content + access to millions of eyeballs.
- No circuit costs if you choose any carrier neutral ATDN POP location.
- No traffic volume and restrictive ratio requirements.
- Competitive price with 95th percentile billing.
- Dedicated POC for provisioning and BGP turn-up.
- Pro-active monitoring by the ATDN NOC (365 x 24 x 7)
Please send an email to email@example.com with your phone contact information. If you have additional questions about the Paid-Peering offering, please use this email address.