Top 10 ways seasoned Peering Coordinators Contact Target ISPs

  1. face-to-face at informal meeting in an Internet Operations forum like NANOG, IETF, RIPE, GPF, APNIC, AFNOG, etc.,
  2. face-to-face at Commercial Peering Forums like Global Peering Forum (you must be a customer of one of the sponsoring IXes)
  3. face-to-face at IX Member Meetings like DE-CIX, LINX, or AMS-IX member meetings.
  4. introductions through an IX Chief Technical Liaison or a peer that knows the right contacts
  5. via electronic mail, using the pseudo standard or a personal contact,
  6. from contacts listed on an exchange point participant list, or peeringdb registrations,
  7. with tech-c or admin-c from DNS or ASN registries,
  8. Google for peering contact $ASN peering ,
  9. from the target ISP sales force, at trade show or as part of sales process,
  10. from the target ISP NOC.

From the Internet Service Providers and Peering white paper.



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