Everything you need to know.


  • netShelter has an open peering policy and do not require a formal peering agreement.
  • Peers may only send traffic to destinations announced by AS49697
  • Peers may only send traffic originating for their own / customer networks
  • Peers are not allowed to point static routes towards AS49697
  • Peers must operate an NOC which is reachable by phone and E-Mail
  • Peers should cooperate in any case of abuse

Peering points

Router Location Interwerk e-Shelter FRA1
Max Prefix Limit IPv4: 200, IPv6: 100 IPv4: 200, IPv6: 100
IPv6 2001:7f8:33::a104:9697:1/64 2001:7f8::c221:0:1/64
Port speed 1G 500m
  • MD5 Authentication is supported but not required
  • Prefixes shorter then /24 (IPv4) or /48 (IPv6) will be discarded
  • Bogon ASN will be discarded
  • Bogon prefixes will be discarded
  • RPKI invalid prefixes will be discarded
  • Prefix limit will be used for all peerings


Transit AS47147 AS6939
Connection via Private connect KleyReX
Port speed 10G 1G

Informational Communities

Community (RFC 1997) Description
49697:1000 Routes netShelter
49697:2010 Routes learned from ANEXIA transit
49697:2020 Routes learned from Hurricane Electric transit
49697:3010 Routes learned from KleyReX
49697:3020 Routes learned from DE-CIX
49697:4010 Routes learned from downstreams at KleyReX
49697:4020 Routes learned from downstreams at DE-CIX
49697:4030 Routes learned from GRE downstreams

Action Communities

Community (RFC 1997) Description
49697:666 Blackholing of /32 and /128 IP Addresses