Membership is open to any registered entity across the world. This includes commercial as well as academic and research organizations.
The basic requirements to peer at AMR-IX are
- Members should have their own AS number
- Members should have their own portable IP address space
- Members should organize connectivity to the peering LAN
- Members should maintain their Whois objects with up-to-date information
The IX operations are guided by the Policy Document which is the constitution of the IX. The procedures and terms outlined in the document can only be changed by a vote of members at the General Meeting. Any proposal to change the way AMR-IX operates needs to be voted on by the participant members.
At this point, AMR-IX doesn't charge any port fee from its members. All expenses (hardware, IT infrastructure etc.) are covered by donations from our generous sponsors. The IX members may choose to ammend the Policy Document to reflect any changes to this policy if need be. Such a change will be open for discussion for at least three months prior to vote and all members will be notified.
Become a Member
Membership is open to any organization with an AS number and IP space