Baffin Bay Networks
Organization
Also Known As
BBN
Primary ASN
42649
IRR Record
AS-BAFFIN
Route Server URL
Looking Glass URL
Network Type
NSP
IPv4 Prefixes
250
IPv6 Prefixes
50
Traffic Levels
Not Disclosed
Traffic Ratios
Not Disclosed
Geographic Scope
Global
Protocols Supported
Unicast IPv4 Multicast IPv6
Last Updated
2017-06-08T10:29:35Z
Notes

Founded in 2017 by leading industry experts, Baffin Bay Networks is a Swedish tech start-up poised to disrupt the cloud-based cyber security market.


We do require a up-to-date PeeringDB-entry to be eligible to peer with Baffin Bay Network.

We also do require that the peering-partner activates dualstack peering with both v4 and v6 peering.


Requests for setting up new peerings with Baffin Bay networks (here on after shorted as BBN) should be sent to peering@baffinbaynetworks.com. By setting up a peering with BBN, the peer is seen to have accepted this peering policy.

BBN is willing to enter into settlement-free peering with other Internet Service Providers (ISPs) under certain conditions:

The peering should be of mutual interest and benefit for BBN and the ISP.

Among the factors influencing BBN’s interest are the size of the ISP, the expected level and symmetry of the resulting traffic, the potential for reducing cost and improving performance etc.

BBN does not normally peer with customers of already existing peering partners.

Peering can be established on any of the public exchange points where BBN is present, or as a private network interconnect.

If the traffic on a private network interconnect reaches 70% of what a single interconnection can carry, both parties should immediately start planning for an upgrade of the connection. If the traffic on a public exchange point reaches such a high level that it may impede other traffic, steps should be taken to move the traffic over to a private network interconnect.

The peering setup should be technically sound, and be in accordance with best practices.

Peering agreements are valid as long as neither party cancels the agreement.

BBN may without risk of financial or other penalty unilaterally decide to cancel a peering agreement if any of the conditions here are violated.

Peering Policy Information
General Policy
Selective
Multiple Locations
Not Required
Ratio Requirement
No
Contract Requirement
Not Required
Contact Information
Role
Name
Visiblity
Phone
E-Mail
13688
Abuse
Abuse
Abuse
13688
NOC
NOC
NOC
13688
Policy
Policy
Peering
13688
Technical
Technical
Peering Manager
13688
Sales
Sales
Info/Sales
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80.249.213.94
2001:7f8:1::a504:2649:1
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Netnod StockholmSTH-A -- MTU1500
42649
194.68.123.15
2001:7f8:d:ff::15
10G
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13688
1310
Netnod StockholmSTH-A -- MTU4470
42649
195.245.240.15
2001:7f8:d:fc::15
10G
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13688
172
192.121.80.79
2001:7f8:3e:0:a500:4:2649:1
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