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ICANN Managed Root-Server Peering information
Thank you for your expressed interest in peering with an L-root instance.
Currently the ICANN Managed Root-Server peers with the Autonomous System Number AS20144.
In all exchange points we ONLY peer with route servers.
Complete peering information can be found here: http://as20144.peeringdb.com.
Has your organization considered hosting its own ICANN Managed Root-Server instance?
By hosting an ICANN Managed Root-Server instance (L-single) you help provide your Internet users with a more resilient Internet, reducing the response time your users experience during DNS queries, and at the same time, demonstrate your organization’s commitment to a resilient and stable Internet. For additional information please visit: http://dns.icann.org/lroot/host
If you are willing to consider hosting an ICANN Managed Root-Server instance, please contact your nearest ICANN Global Stakeholder Engagement representative, who can facilitate your organization having its own ICANN Managed Root-Server instance.
For more information about hosting your own L-Single, please refer to our F.A.Q. about hosting an ICANN Managed Root Server (L-Single)