If you are ready to get your company connected to CoreSite's Any2Easy route server peering, filling out the form below will get the process rolling immediately. However, we encourage those who are new to route server peering, to read more on how the process works before you get started.
If you are ready to submit, please fill out as many of the below fields as possible to ensure a more efficient set-up process. Required fields are denoted with an asterisk.
When selecting a peering configuration check box, "Allow All" makes it easy for you to "Open Peer." It's the easiest of all BGP peering configurations. There is no need to configure route maps with communities, if you wish to peer with everyone on the Any2Easy route servers. At any time, you can always configure route maps to prevent a peer from receiving your routes by sending communities format "19996: ASnumber" to deny. "Deny All" will fit a few peers' requirements. When using "Deny All" send the community format "19996:ASnumber" to allow a network to "receive your routes." You will receive all the routes "from" peers that use the "Allow All" so that they are one hop from your network, but "to" your network they must use their transit provider to reach you, unless, you send the community to allow them to get your routes.
Click here for specific route server information, tips for peering on Any2Easy, and other information designed to make the Any2Easy process smooth and efficient. For an up-to-date listing of all Any2Easy participants or simply additional information on CoreSite's route server peering, please e-mail Info@CoreSite.com.