AS15600

AS15600 is the ASN used by the Quickline Group to provide connectivity for the Quickline customers consisting of about 400.000 households in Switzerland.

This page contains technical details. Consumer and product information can be found on www.quickline.ch.

Peering Details

ASNAS15600 (PeeringDB, RIPE Stat)
ConnectivityIPv4 + IPv6: DOCSIS, FTTH, xDSL, MPLS
Peeringpeering@qlgroup.ch
NOCnoc@qlgroup.ch
Abuseabuse@qlgroup.ch
AS-SETAS-FINECOM
SpeedTestSpeedTest

Peering Locations

AS15600 is present at the following locations:

Next to various private peering facilities in Switzerland.

Peering Policy

Selective (mutually beneficial). Contact us at the above addresses for the exact details.

BGP Communities

Contact us for the exact details.

Recursive DNS for Customers

Accessible only from Quickline prefixes, thus AS15600 customers only.

IPv4212.60.61.246 + 212.60.63.246
IPv62001:1a88:10:ffff::1 + 2001:1a88:10:ffff::2
Protocols
ProtocolShortnameRFCIP-Protocol PortsHostnameComments
DNSDo53DNSUDP/TCP 53dns.quickline.ch
DNS-over-TLSDoTRFC7858TCP 853dot.quickline.ch
DNS-over-HTTPDoHRFC8484TCP 443doh.quickline.ch https://doh.quickline.ch/dns-query

Resolver Restrictions

Note that due to Swiss law, we are blocking certain domains/hostnames. The blocked domains are sourced from:

Additionally we are blocking, voluntarily, malvertised domains to protect our customers from Internet badness.

Not using our DNS recursor bypasses these blocks, customers can freely reconfigure their devices. Technically we are using RPZ. Please also see presentations given at SwiNOG for technical details and background.

Email

Only authenticated email is available, thus a username + password is required.

IMAPimap.quickline.com993TLS
SMTPsmtp.quickline.com465TLS

Also available through Webmail. More details Anleitungen: Quickline E-mail.

Terms of Service

Please see the Quickline AGB.

Privacy Policy

Except for debugging/operational purposes we retain only a minimal amount of logs.

Note

Know why DF bits are set in IP? Love to work with Open Source? Can you argue why to use Emacs over Vi? Then don't hesitate to check out the Quickline Jobs page and/or ask HR for the Systems and Networks teams.