XMission Peers

XMission uses BGP peering in order to give customers lower latencies and more reliable connections to different providers throughout the Internet. If you are interested in peering with XMission, please email peering@xmission.com.

Peer Autonomous System Number (AS Number)
1wirecom 11475
AARNet 7575
Ace 11798
adhost 11274
AEBC 25668
Akamai 20940
Alaska 7782
Allstream 15290
alt 6456
amazon 16509
Applied 40475
BCNET 271
BendTel 27008
Blackfoot 21947
CCANet 35838
CDNetworks 36408
Charter 20115
Clackamas 36416
clearfly 27400
Clearwire 16586
CloudFlare 13335
Cortland 4319
Cutting 10594
DALnet 31800
Douglas 13692
EdgeCast 15133
facebook 32934
Fiber 26803
FiberCloud 6295
Fiberhub 53340
GCI 8047
GoDaddy 26496
google 15169
Gorge 11233
GTA 9246
Highwinds 12989
Hostway 14280
hurricane 6939
In2net 26753
Infinity 2044
InfoWest 11071
Inland 26088
integra 7385
iovation 53708
IPNS 12284
ISOMEDIA 18530
Kryptiq 53869
LocalTel 13370
mckay 50763
Metapeer 13331
Microsoft 8075
Montana 54327
mouats 3601
Mozy 22591
National 27194
netflix 2906
Netriver 19528
Noel 26935
Northwest 16713
NuclearFallout 32751
OpenAccess 36696
OpenDNS 36692
Optimum 33588
Pacific 101
PeakColo 14701
Peer 13768
Pocketinet 23265
Primus 6407
Quantum 30583
Rethem 14987
Semaphore 3742
ServedBy 53837
Softlayer 36351
Sonic 7065
Spectrum 11404
StarTouch 15177
State 1798
SumoFiber 54329
Syringa 15305
Telus 852
Terago 20161
thresholdcommunications 7752
tierpoint 30340
UEN 210
Utah 210
UTOPIA 53407
Valve 32590
Veracity 29933
vision 8057
Visionary 10835
Wolfe 4258
Worldlink 27323
xplornet 22995
yahoo 10310
ygnition 8092
Zillow 18888