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Bandwidth Technologies (AS25369) operates a low-latency, geographically redundant BGP network that spans multiple European data centre

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Bandwidth Technologies (AS25369) operates a low-latency, geographically redundant BGP network that spans multiple UK data centres to provide scalability and resiliency, while safeguarding client service levels.

At the edge, our network is serviced by Juniper MX (960 / 480) generation two Trio routers connected to LINX and LONAP peering exchanges as well as multiple tier one carriers including Telia and GTT/nLayer/Tinet at a minimum of 10Gbps. Our dual IPv4/IPv6 stack topography encompasses over 300 BGP sessions and connects with all major UK ISPs including BT, Virgin Media, SKY, many large European ISPs and even further afield.

At the core, we employ a mix of Juniper EX 4200 and QFX5100 virtual chassis’ directly to connected to the edge at a minimum of 40Gbps. From our core sites, we offer 1/10Ge waves services over 40ch DWDM mux/demux units in addition to premium IP transit and Metro Ethernet services.

Cogent
Global Transit

Minimum 50Gbps from Telehouse North and Equinix LD8

Telia
Global Transit

Minimum 30Gbps from Telehouse North and Equinix LD8

NTT
Global Transit

Minimum 10Gbps from Telehouse North and Equinix LD8

GTT / Tinet
Global Transit

Minimum 10Gbps from Telehouse North and Equinix LD8

LINX
Internet Exchange

Minimum 100Gbps from Telehouse North on LON1

LONAP
Internet Exchange

Minimum 10Gbps from Telehouse North

AMS-IX
Internet Exchange

Minimum 10Gbps from EvoSwtich

Overview
  • Network
    ASN 25369
    Macro AS-BANDWIDTH
    MD5 Supported but not required
    Max Prefix 300
    Policy Open
  • Exchanges
    LINX (Unicast) 195.66.225.123
    LoNAP (Unicast) 5.57.80.242
    AMS-IX 5.57.80.242
  • Peering Policy

    Bandwidth Technologies Ltd operate an open policy and will generally welcome all requests for peering. We do not require a signed agreement but are happy to do so where the agreement is reasonable.

    Basic peer guidelines:

    • Hot-potato routing is implied. MEDs are not honored.
    • Settlement free peering.
    • Neither party should ever establish a gateway of last resort configured towards the other Party's Network.
    • A minimum of 5 Mbit/s is generally recommended but not required.
    • We reserve the right to refuse peering with any party.