Peering is a business relationship whereby operators of IP networks reciprocally exchange traffic sourced from each respective network through direct interconnectivity. Settlement-free peering is intended to be mutually beneficial to both parties.
Cox Communications’ (CCI) Settlement-Free Interconnection program is designed to handle the evolving Internet, and reflects current state. As Internet traffic delivery and associated economics change over time, Cox’s peering program will evolve as well. All interested parties should review the guidelines for settlement-free peering.
Potential Peers that meet the guidelines for settlement-free IP interconnection below should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Operators of networks that do not meet the guidelines for settlement-free IP interconnection can inquire about paid-peering.
Companies requesting the establishment of settlement-free IP interconnection with Cox Communications should meet the following criteria:
Meeting the minimum requirements above with Cox Communications is not a guarantee that Settlement Free IP Interconnection will be established. Cox Communications reserves the right to decline IP Interconnection with Company based on business reasons in its sole discretion. Periodic reviews of IP Interconnection relationships will be held to ensure all criteria continue to be met. If Company does not continue to meet the minimum requirements, Cox reserves the right to terminate IP Interconnection upon reasonable notice. Cox may modify this Program at any time. Companies not meeting these requirements may apply for Paid Peering.
Effective July 2014