Internet Routing Registry (IRR)

Netnod’s Internet Routing Registry (IRR) mirrors the RIPE Routing Registry in Amsterdam, a public database where any network operator or ISP can publish their routing policies.

Having an IRR mirror decreases the reliance on sources of this data external to Sweden. The IRR is a globally distributed routing information database designed to maintain the stability and resilience of Internet-wide routing by sharing information between network operators. By publishing their routing policies and routing announcements to the IRR, operators allow their peers to automatically configure filters and implement desired policies automatically. These filters and policies help the Internet become more robust, and can help ease operations for providers. The Netnod RIPE IRR copy gives network operators a local copy of the registry, and provides additional resilience.

Read more about the RIPE Routing Registry on the RIPE IRR webpage

About Netnod
In cooperation with IIS, the Swedish TLD registry, Netnod colocates the Bredbandskollen Service at the Netnod IX.

About Netnod
These are the basic facts and information about peering with Netnod. (ASN 8674).

About Netnod
In addition to the Netnod exchange point services and the DNSNODE services, Netnod offers other Internet related services. We believe in adding value to exchange points by colocating other valuable services and making them available to anyone connected to the exchange.
An organisation working at the core of the Internet

About Netnod
Netnod is an active contributor in the Internet community. We see it as part of our mission to work for the "Good of the Internet", and we believe in working together with the Internet community for this purpose.

About Netnod
Netnod is actively involved in the Internet community as part of Netnod’s mission to work for the Good of the Internet. Netnod has built partnerships with many national, regional and international organisations in areas of common interests.