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The end of an era: after more than 25 years, XS4ALL/AS3265 is leaving AMS-IX

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/06/30

Via [Wayback/Archive] Nick Bouwhuis on Twitter: “😢 “ (with OCR text below) via [Wayback/Archive] Kirsten Verdel on Twitter: “:(“:

OCR of the [Wayback/Archive] AMS-IX tech-l message via Google Lens (the message was sent on 2022-06-29):

XS4ALL/AS3265 is leaving AMS-IX
tech-l <tech-l-bounces@ams-ix.net> on behalf of Miquel van Smoorenburg via tech-l <tech-l@ams-ix.net>
Today, 14:50
tech-l@ams-ix.net

Dear peers and collegues,

XS4ALL/AS3265 is leaving all exchanges and shutting down all peerings.
What is left of AS3265 will be connected solely through KPN/AS1136.

We stopped announcing our prefixes and accepting your prefixes last week. Please remove peering sessions with the following IP addresses from your routers:

80.249.208.48
2001:07f8:1::a500:3265:1
80.249.208.166
2001:07f8:1::a500:3265:2

We will shut down connections to the AMS-IX peering lan on Monday, July 4th.

XS4ALL has been a member of the AMS-IX community for more than 25 years.
Thank you all for peering all these years. Unfortunately, it seems that all good things must come to an end.

So long, and thanks for all the bits.

Miquel van Smoorenburg
XS4ALL

–jeroen

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