Maeeko Internet Laboratory is a non-profit project for studying and education purposes, founded by Nekomimi Relay (a.k.a amphineko).
We operate a network in multiple types and locations of sites including datacenters, our dormitories, our houses.
Although many essential Internet technologies such as BGP can be implemented and verified, we're still unknown to how the real Internet works. To research how is the Internet designed, constructed and operated, we set up the autonomous system and our network, then connected it to the real world.
We have an open peering policy. We run our network on public Internet exchanges, tunnels, and DN42. Of course, we use BGP to exchange routes with our peers.
We're willing to peer with you over any Internet exchange points we share in common, or via a tunnel. Please don't hesitate to reach us if you're interested in our project.
We share some infrastructures and operate another's network with Nato Internet Laboratory (AS396303).
To contact us, send emails to the corresponding address below.
Network and Service Abuse:
Peering Request, General and Technical NOC:
Standard Operation Hours: Mon-Fri 10:00 AM - 06:00 PM JST, Sat-Sun 12:00 PM - 04:00 PM JST