5
3
8
5

1
2
3
8
7

1
5
9
5
5

2
0
6
3
4

2
9
5
4
5

3
1
5
4
3

3
4
3
4
7

3
5
2
2
3

4
2
1
6
2

4
8
3
6
2

4
9
4
3
2

5
9
8
9
0
1
9
8
2
8
8
2
0
6
4
7
8
Russmedia IT GmbH 5385
TON Total Optical Networks AG 12387
SupraNet AG 15955
Telecom Liechtenstein AG 20634
iPlace GmbH 29545
myNET GmbH 31543
Stadtwerke Hall in Tirol GmbH 34347
Hoi Internet AG 35223
QualityNet AG 42162
Stadtwerke Feldkirch 48362
schallert.com e.U. 49432
Kabel-TV-Lampert GmbH 59890
Newsnet AG 198288
LI-LIFE ESTABLISHMENT 206478

Notes on the Peering Matrix

  • bilat: 0, multilat: 6
  • Clicking the AS number in the table header will isolate that column. Clicking individual cells in the body will freeze the dynamic highlighting.
  • Where a member is not listed on this peering matrix, it is because they are currently not actively peering at , or because they have opted out of presenting their peering information in this database.
  • This peering matrix is based on sflow traffic accounting data from the peering LANs and route server BGP peerings.
  • This peering matrix only detects if there is bidirectional TCP flow between routers at . It cannot detect whether there are actually prefixes swapped between routers.