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The Auckland Peering Exchange (APE) is an Ethernet-based neutral peering point running on switches provided by CityLink in Auckland, New Zealand.

By peering at the Exchange you agree to provide routing information about your networks to other Exchange participants to optimise traffic flows across the APE. For more details of this agreement see the ExchangeNET Terms and Conditions

In order to participate in APE, you need to be attached to the APE switches via an Ethernet connection, have a router capable of running BGP/4, an AS number and blocks of IPv4 and IPv6 numbers that are yours to route (at least a /24 of IPv4 and a /48 of IPv6).

To arrange a connection, complete the ExchangeNET application form


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