The third principle is to facilitate NOC to NOC communication. Know the direct NOC contacts for your customer network operators, your peer network operators and your upstream network operators. And this is not about calling the customer support line. If you have a network down situation, waiting in a queue to speak to customer support who is going to check if things are powered off or powered on or plugged in or otherwise is not what you want. When you have a major network outage make sure that your NOC contact info is part of any service contract. Keep up-to-date information in Route Objects and AS Objects in the Internet Routing Registry and keep up-to-date AS info in the PeeringDB. So our advice: make sure that NOC contact info for all your connected autonomous networks is known to your network operation center staff.
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