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Below herewith please find a comprehensive guide of Host.net's Customer Policies.
This policy defines acceptable practices for the use of Host.net's services.
The Colocation Authorized Access List enables clients to communicate to us the various levels of authority that a client has assigned to their personnel for purposes of managing our clients relationship with us.
In order to ensure the safety and security of our facility, our clients and their colocated systems, Host.net has specific policies and procedures that all employees, clients and guests must follow. This document outlines the policies and procedures for datacenter access.
Clients may influence the BroadbandONE routing policies by a number of community tags which may be set on routes which they announce; the policy for this is outlined here.
This document outlines the guidelines and prerequisites that BroadbandONE uses to determine whether a network qualifies for Settlement-Free Interconnection, also known as Peering, with AS19151.
This is our Multi Exit Discriminator (MED) Policy
Host.net's policies and procedures for handling customer information has been created with the understanding that Internet technologies are still evolving and that Internet business methods are continuing to evolve to meet the needs and opportunities of the changing technologies.
Our Service Level Agreements (SLA) is governed by the customer service agreement or master service agreement. Host.net will provides certain rights and remedies regarding the performance of the Host.net Backbone and or Host.net Datacenter to our clients.
It may be necessary for you to have equipment delivered directly to one of our datacenters. In order to ensure the security of your equipment, Host.net has certain policies in place for this.