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Edgio interconnection policy seeks to enhance its global connectivity to other networks. Interconnection with any partner network should be mutually beneficial and meet certain technical criteria. Edgio practices a ‘selective’ peering policy.

Edgio Public/Private Peering Common Guidelines:

  • MUST peer in all common locations, including "home markets."

  • MUST peer in multiple locations; geographic relevance is considered.

  • MUST announce routes consistently.

  • MUST actively pursue trouble ticket resolution.

  • MUST NOT point default, reset next hop, or advertise third-party routes.

  • MUST exchange a minimum of 1 Gbps in the dominant direction.

  • MUST peer with both IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack).

  • MUST maintain up-to-date contact info at peeringdb.com.

Additional requirements for Private Peering:

  • MUST be able to interconnect at 10G or 100G Ethernet port capacities. Limelight supports the use of LR and ER optics at both speeds. 1G connects are not supported.

  • MUST be able to discuss capacity and expansion plans at least once a year during known industry events (NOGs, Peering Forums, etc.) or through directly scheduled calls.

  • Share the cost of cross-connects.



North America







22822, 45396

South Pacific



55429, 38621

South America


Middle East

60261, 25804

Edgio, Inc. operates AS 22822 as its global backbone network but has other ASNs in specific regions and markets.

Details of IXP IP addresses and private interconnection addresses are kept updated at https://www.peeringdb.com/asn/22822.

Edgio is also available at peering exchanges in Dublin, Berlin, Prague, Bratislava, Warsaw, Bucharest, Sofia and Zurich.

Please send peering requests to peering@edg.io, and include the following information: Contact Addresses, Peering ASN, Peering DB entry, Peering Markets, Additional ASNs for traffic analysis.

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