Thanks for getting this turned up! I've submitted our request to migrate from 36040 to 15169.

I checked the traffic graphs and I don't see the 15169 port in there yet, just the existing 36040.

Is this supposed to be setup yet or does that typically follow a few days after the port is active?


On Wed, Aug 7, 2019 at 4:56 PM Dave Schwartz <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Hi MICE Participants,

Our 100G link from AS15169 to MICE is now live. We are peered and announcing/accepting routes from the route server. We welcome you to request public peering with us. 

Public peering with Google is encouraged as we do not announce all prefixes to our route server, only summary routes. We do however announce all Google prefixes on our direct IX peering sessions. When you peer with us you also will be able to obtain access to the Google ISP Portal where you can manage your traffic, view your networks YouTube performance, among other features.

There are two ways to request public peering.

1. If you already have access to the Google ISP Portal please visit tickets --> request new IX interconnection and submit your details on your ASN and IP.

2. If you do not have access to the ISP Portal please visit . On the form select Peering --> IX Peering and select Minneapolis from the dropdown. In the comments section please notate that you are part of MICE.

While we have paused IX peering due to IRR validation we will be reviewing MICE requests on a case by case basis for approval since we are changing ASNs. 

Please send me a direct message should you have any specific questions or concerns on your request.



Dave Schwartz
Peering & Content Distribution
Google AS15169
+44 20 3820 9224

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