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Published on by Aluísio Augusto Silva Gonçalves.

Peering with AS4242420827 on dn42

A while ago I joined dn42, a virtual network on top of the Internet. It’s an environment where you can study, explore, and deploy the very technologies at the core of Internet routing, like BGP and DNS.

Over at the LORKEP looking glass (dn42 link) you can look at who I’m directly connected to and how packets go from my network to another. Here is all the ways I can reach burble, for example.

All my nodes are listed on the dn42 peerfinder, which you can use to find the peers closest to you. If you haven’t yet done so, I recommend giving it a try.

To set up peering, you can message aasg on hackint or any of my listed contact details in the dn42 registry.


General information

Behemoth

Location
Nuremberg, Germany (provider: netcup)
Bandwidth
> 100 Mbps (link_bandwidth = 24)
Actually 1 Gbps downlink, but uplink has issues.
Hostname / VPN endpoint
behemoth.lorkep.trade
Port is assigned while setting up peering.
WireGuard public key
6oDGG1ssnWdXR9vSeUKsaExw0Ze3005NmLG/Nyb0fEE=
BGP endpoint
fe80::2174:c008:1460:d271 (link-local)
If you prefer an ULA or point-to-point address, just mention it.

Charybdis

Location
São Paulo, Brazil (provider: Oracle)
Bandwidth
50 Mbps (link_bandwidth = 23)
Hostname / VPN endpoint
charybdis.lorkep.trade
IPv4 only.
Port is assigned while setting up peering.
WireGuard public key
3/BEqT+6C3tyZNwJNnqePkez+knyOJOlFEs+J2xD62s=
BGP endpoint
fe80::420e:5160:a89f:5607 (link-local)
If you prefer an ULA or point-to-point address, just mention it.

Shingebiss

Location
Beauharnois, Canada (provider: Hosterlabs / OVH)
Bandwidth
200 Mbps (link_bandwidth = 24)
Hostname / VPN endpoint
shingebiss.lorkep.trade
IPv6 only.
Port is assigned while setting up peering.
WireGuard public key
OwQeiRnPmE3/28I0lWP3TD9JZOSULAmnEAIbSw0wtBY=
BGP endpoint
fe80::c13c:3759:4b20:e63f (link-local)
If you prefer an ULA or point-to-point address, just mention it.

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