Vidillion Inc. Peering
3090 S. Durango Dr. Suite 200-E
Las Vegas NV 89117
Maximum Advertised Prefixes: 20
AS-SET: MAINT-AS6473 (RADB)
Vidillion Inc Contacts
|Administrative Contact||877 640-6608||877 640-6608||support (at) vidillion (dot) com|
|Technical Contact||877 640-6608||877 640-6608||noc (at) wcix (dot) net|
|NOC||775 391-5230||775 391-5230||support (at) vidillion (dot) com|
|Peering||877 640-6608||877 640-6608||peering (at) wcix (dot) net|
Vidillion Inc Presence In NAP's
|Equinix Ashburn||6473||184.108.40.206||10 GE|
|Equinix San Jose||6473||220.127.116.11||10 GE|
|Equinix Chicago||6473||18.104.22.168||10 GE|
Policy and Requirements
- Vidillion is open to all applicable peering opportunities.
- Peer must use the same peering AS at each US interconnection point and must announce a consistent set of routes at each point, unless otherwise mutually agreed.
- No transit or third party routes are to be announced; all routes exchanged must be peer's and peer's customers' routes.
- Peer must filter route announcements from its customers by prefix.
- Neither party shall abuse the peering relationship by engaging in activities such as but not limited to: pointing a default route at the other or otherwise forwarding traffic for destinations not explicitly advertised, resetting next-hop, selling or giving next-hop to others.
- Must not have been an IP transit customer of Vidillion in the past six (6) months.
- Operation of a 24x7x365 Network Operations Center (NOC) that proactively monitors all peering connections and provides an escalation path to quickly identify and resolve network problems.
- Hot-potato routing is implied (i.e. we will not send or honor MEDs)
- Applicant's announcements must be consistent
- Applicant must use the peering connection for all Traffic destined towards the Vidillion network
- Applicant must not sell or give next-hop to any 3rd party (i.e. peer must not re-advertise Vidillion routes to any peer)
- Applicant agrees to peer in all markets where Peer and Vidillion share a presence
- Vidillion selects best path regionally
- Vidillion may honor legacy peers not entirely matching requirements outlined in here at it's sole discretion.
- Any exceptions to this policy will be granted at the sole discretion of Vidillion
- Peers are expected to filter their clients to reject both unauthorized BGP announcements as well as IP datagrams with invalid source addresses.
- Under no circumstances will Vidillion maintain both a transit and peering relationship with a given network simultaneously.
Vidillion reserves the right to suspend peering for an indefinite period of time should any form of network abuse be verified to take place via the peering interconnect. The following non-exhaustive list serves to provide examples of such abuse:
- Denial of Service attacks
- Unsolicited Bulk Email sources
- Setting default-route to Vidillion
- A good faith effort should be made to split the cost, if any, for Private Network Interconnections.
- Vidillion reserves the right to terminate the peering at any time
- This policy is a guideline. Meeting all the requirements stated in here does not guarantee that Vidillion will enter into a settlement-free relationship with the applicant. Vidillion reserves the right not to grant settlement-free peering to an applicant based on business reasons.
- Meeting all of the requirements stated in the Policy does not guarantee Vidillion will enter a settlement-free interconnection relationship with Applicant. Vidillion reserves the right to deny settlement-free peering to an Applicant based on business reasons. Vidillion also reserves the right to make exceptions to this policy for special case or legacy peering partners.
- Vidillion reserves the right to modify, replace, or nullify this document at any time.
- Any interconnection may be terminated for any reason, with 30 days notice.