Public Peering - service overview

Public Peering

Public peering has been the cost-effective method of exchanging traffic used by both large and small networks. It is facilitated by using a shared switching infrastructure based on Ethernet technology.

Members are able to connect using a single physical port or use multiple ports together to create a large single virtual port. Once connected to a public peering exchange, networks can setup or remove interconnections to other networks without needing to physically reprovision any circuits. Members can host their hardware within the same data center that hosts our shared switching infrastructure or they can connect and peer remotely via a carrier network.

To carry out interconnections faster and easier, BIX.BG operates Route Servers for public peering. This service allows networks to connect to the Route Servers where they can mutually interconnect without further configuration. The Internet peering service is provided within dedicated VLAN Ethernet infrastructure which is enabled by the employment of IPv4 and IPv6 protocols and is available in the following capacities: 1GE, 10GE, 40GE and 100GE or multiples of these capacities. The entire infrastructure is monitored 24/7 by BIX.BG’s own Network Operation Center (NOC).

Peering enhances the end user's experience, improves your IP quality and reduces costs.

If you are interesting in our Public Peering service, send a Request to us.

Here you may find BIX.BG's Point of Presence.

Documents
General Terms and Conditions

effective as of 01.09.2009, amendments effective as of 01.12.2010 and 01.05.2011

Service Level Agreement

effective as of 01.09.2009

General Terms and Conditions Multicast Carrier

effective as of 01.04.2011

Multicast Receiver Order Form

Multicast Source Order Form