As a member of FCIX, participants get direct access to services provided by other members of the Cabal.
FCIX operates two route servers on .253 and .254 to aid in ramping new members into the FCIX BGP community quickly. Addressing and ASN information for the route servers are listed on the participants page. These route servers enforce IRR-based route filtering, as well as several communities to suppress or prepend routes to other peers using the route servers.
Google Global Cache
A Google Global Cache node is hosted by PhirePhly Design, AS7034, for the benefit of FCIX participants. GGC nodes cache popular Google content, including YouTube, etc, to be served locally. All routes advertised to the FCIX route servers, or AS7034 directly, will be served by this GGC node, with the following exceptions:
- Any routes tagged with the community
7034:8000to exclude them from being advertised to the GGC node.
- Any routes tagged with the
65281:7034will add this community specifically towards AS7034)
- Any routes from AS6939, because they’re huge.
Notable DNS servers on the exchange include:
- J Root
- M Root
- B gTLD (.com and .net)
- AS112 (RFC1918 PTRs, etc)
The following NTP servers are directly connected to FCIX:
server amorite.invalid.network iburst server time.nullroutenetworks.com iburst server clock.fmt.he.net iburst server clepsydra.kjsl.com iburst server ntp1.thelifeofkenneth.com iburst
One of the FCIX members hosts a high performance software mirror, which other members might consider using for their systems: https://mirror.xtom.com