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Packet Clearing House

Membership category: none
Connected to JINX: Yes
Autonomous system number: 42 and 3856
IP address at JINX: 198.32.142.16 and 198.32.142.17
Prefixes accepted: All prefixes

Contact person: Steve Gibbard (peering @ pch.net) Tel: +1 510 528 1263

Statement of interconnection policy:

PCH's interconnection policy is available online at http://www.pch.net/peering/

We have an open peering policy.

Packet Clearing House (http://www.pch.net) is a non-for-profit research institute which operates public looking-glasses and routing data-collection facilities at many Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) around the world. In order for the data we collect in the looking glasses we operate to be as complete as possible, we attempt to collect peering routes from all participants at each exchange.

In addition, we also do Anycast hosting. We currently host the ccTLD domains for several developing countries, one larger gTLD (.biz), several copies of the i-root-servers.net DNS server, and the INOC-DBA (http://www.pch.net/inoc-dba) SIP proxy. The traffic generated by these services is minuscule, but hopefully useful.

We make our routing tables available to researchers, the operations community, and the public, in real time at http://lg.pch.net/, and as a historical archive, either by request or at http://archive.pch.net/.

To arrange peering with us, please send mail to please contact peering @ pch.net or call +1 510 528 1263

Routing Policy

AS42 is an anycast DNS network hosting 14 TLDs. AS3856 is a route collector.

Monthly Peering Graph based on external statistics collection
(Please note, this is a temporary measure for proof of concept)

External Graph of Port Traffic - Temp Basis Only

For more details click here

All peering queries should be addressed to:

  • Steve Gibbard (peering @ pch.net)
  • Tel: +1 510 528 1263

Weekly JINX traffic for PCH
 

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