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AS399214

The Ministry of Compute's Network.

We operate a strong and dependable network.

The Ministry of Compute builds and operates intuitive technological infrastructure which businesses, engineers and scientists can leverage to develop cutting-edge solutions to the modern world's problems.

  • Perfect solutions for modern startups and R&D ventures
  • Tailor-built technological infrastructure
  • Reliability and security are built-in all our offerings
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Our clients

We tailor our services to engineers, scientists, and businesses of all sizes.

Start a conversation with us to discover how we can help you grow and supercharge your R&D ideas and existing projects.

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Our Network

We operate a native dual-stack IPv4 and IPv6 network in the Montreal Metropolitan Area and in select locations across North America. Our network's primary function is hosting services, tooling, and infrastructure used both internally by The Ministy of Compute, as well as by our third-party partners and customers.

The Ministry of Compute also provides managed and semi-managed technological services under AS399214. If you are a member of a SOC or NOC and are seeing interaction with our network, it is likely that you have a business relationship with The Ministry of Compute or one of our partners or customers. Any network abuse reports can be sent to the following contacts: Network Abuse, and NOC.

Additional information abbout our network can be obtained from our PeeringDB Entry.

AS399214 Details

  • ASN: AS399214
  • Company Website: https://ministryofcompute.com/
  • IRR as-set: AS-MOC, AS399214:AS-MOC
  • Network Type: Enterprise
  • Recommended maximum prefix limits: See our PeeringDB Entry.
  • Protocols Supported: Unicast IPv4, IPv6
  • General Peering Policy: Open

Routing Security

We are committed to improving the security and resilience of the global routing system. As such, The Ministry of Compute is a proud participant of the MANRS initiative, and collaborates with its partners and the global internet community on security-centric projects with the goal of creating positive outcomes for all internet users.

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Learn more about this initiative and the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security on the MANRS website.

Network-Specific Contact Points

Feel free to get in touch!

Telephone
+1 (514) 613-5791

Our network operations team is here for you, feel free to give us a call!

Email
noc@ministryofcompute.com

For questions about our network, as well as for peering requests.