I think this is a great move for Google/MICE, and I can easily foresee Google outgrowing the 100G quickly. On a side note I would update the website to state "Partial" for the route server. Google had recently changed their policy for AS15169 where they still utilize the route servers, however not all content is advertized through it. If you want to maximize your Google backbone traffic, you need to setup a bilateral with them.
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From: MICE Discuss [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Richard Laager
Sent: Friday, June 14, 2019 2:21 AM
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Subject: Re: [MICE-DISCUSS] Google ASN Migration/Port Move
On 6/13/19 11:53 AM, Jay Hanke wrote:
> Google is converting their existing MICE connection to their backbone
> AS (15169).
> Immediately following the migration, Google will disconnect their
> existing 100G port (Ethernet3/2/1).
> The new addressing will be:
> ASN: 15169
> IPv4: 18.104.22.168/24
> IPv6: 2001:504:27:0:0:3b41::1/64
> The new 100G port will be Ethernet3/13/1.
> Google has requested the port be set up as a new single channel LAG group.
I've updated the website.