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Integra Static Routing Policy

This document outlines Integra’s policy when performing customer static routing. The policies herein are designed with the intent of maintaining Integra as a good internet citizen, reducing possible routing problems internet wide, and to reduce the possibility of legal implications of originating IP prefixes foreign to Integra’s network.

Integra will only static route Integra owned net-blocks if the following criteria is met:

  1. Integra’s IP Admin has assigned a net-block from an Integra CIDR block, and the net-block has a valid SWIP record reflecting its proper sub-delegation.

Note: Net-blocks delegated and routed to Integra customers within Integra CIDR blocks will be advertised to Integra peers as aggregate CIDR blocks only and will not be advertised individually.

Integra will only static route net-blocks foreign to Integra’s network if their prefix length is less than or equal to /24 and one of the following criteria is met:

  1. The net-block has been delegated to the customer directly by ARIN (or similar registry) and the customer has provided LOA to Integra indicating that it is acceptable for Integra to route the net-block.
  2. The net-block has been sub-delegated by another upstream of the customer, the sub-delegation has been SWIP’d to that customer, and the customer has provided LOA to Integra indicating that it is acceptable for Integra to route the net-block.
  3. The net-block has been directly delegated by ARIN (or similar registry) to another organization and that organization has provided LOA to Integra indicating that it is acceptable for Integra to route the net-block.

Integra reserves the right to add, delete and modify any of the policies at any time at Integra’s sole discretion without notice.

Updated on June 10, 2016

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