AS215751 — NETZR network

I run small multihomed education and self-entertaiment purpose hobbynet via AS215751, network codename NETZR. It currently announces following prefixes (IPv6 only):

  • 2a0b:4e04:0000::/48  
  • 2a0b:4e04:0042::/48  
  • 2a0b:4e04:3333::/48
  • 2a0b:4e04:b00b::/48
  • 2a0b:4e04:beef::/48
  • 2a0b:4e04:f00d::/48

Following resources and tesing AS can be announced during development phases and experiments, it's ok to reject them:

  • 2a10:cc40:cc40::/44 le /48
  • 2a10:2f01:21a::/48
  • AS215190

Primary geographic location is Petach Tikva, Israel, based in Bezeq International Shacham datacenter with the invaluable help of Interhost Communications as primary upstream. Additional transit location is provided by iFog GmbH (they are awesome) in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Up to date information about locations, contacts, routing and peering facilities can be found at PeeringDB and Europe location also has Looking Glass.

Peering policy is open and classical — we peer with anyone except those who we don't want to. Send e-mail to [email protected] if you want direct BGP session or need IP transit. All our outgoing announcements always supplemented with valid ROA and RPKI records and we require same from our peers.

Network is currently connected to the following exchanges and their route servers:, Frys-IX, NL-IX, FogIXP and Israel IX (per request).


Any abuse complaiants, misconfiguration reports, technical questions or nudes should be sent to [email protected].

What we do

NETZR network is a part of few different research and experimental ideas and projects. We will list them as soon as they will be ready for public review.
We are proud to be sponsoring internet exchange points in Tel Aviv (Gush dan), Israel and in Moscow, Russia.

We are participating in DN42 initiative to help people build independent routing table, based on private IP ranges for the purpose of learning and free interconnection. Currently public VPN endpoints and some useful clearnet bridge services are upcoming.

Photos are random piece of setup history and does not represent current configuration.

Internet Exchanges

NL-IX, 100M
IPv6: 2001:7f8:13::a521:5751:1

Frys-IX, 1G
IPv6: 2001:7f8:10f::3:4ac7:3

FogIXP, 1G
IPv6: 2001:7f8:ca:1::21:5751:1

Tel Aviv, 1G, local
IPv6: 2a0e:8f01:1000:41::101

Amsterdam, 1G, local
IPv6: 2a0e:8f01:1000:11::164

Moscow, tunnel
IPv6: 2a0e:8f01:1000:18::101

Israel IX, 10G
Available per request.