Starting your own ISP? BGP hobbyist? Announce your IP addresses to the rest of the internet, get a full routing table, all with benefits of high performance virtual routers.
Yes, our global network is dual stack IPv4 and IPv6. Each virtual router gets a /64, with larger prefixes available at request.
Yes, you can modify how your prefixes transit our network using the BGP communities documented on our peering page.
Your bandwidth is determined based on the higher value of your inbound or outbound traffic. Not both.
Bandwidth is charged at $0.04 per additional gigabyte transferred.
We do. A virtual router, even in an off state, still costs money to reserve and operate in our infrastructure.
We can as long as the prefixes are RPKI valid, or have a IRR route object from a trusted RIR. Both options require a LoA and there is a $99 setup fee.