PEERING SERVICES

MIX peering

Peering is the interconnection service between networks (AS) available at MIX through high-speed layer 2 devices (switches).

Operators who present themselves on MIX have the opportunity to realize peering agreements in the point of greatest concentration of internet operators in Italy, with ease and at competitive costs.

The service includes

  • ports of 1 GE, 10 GE and 100 GE;
  • peering reports on the peering LAN with 3 instances of the 13 Root DNS servers existing in the world and of many TLD DNS servers;
  • exchange of IPv4 and IPv6 traffic on the same infrastructure and without additional costs;
  • colocation of peering equipment in the core MIX headquarters.

On demand

  • redundant interconnection over a double peering LAN;
  • private interconnection on dedicated VLAN.

Advantages

  • direct relations with MIX staff for all issues related to interconnection, peering and colocation;
  • easy interconnection from the datacenters in the Caldera Campus, all already fiber connected to the MIX centers.

Participants

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Company Country ASN IP Version Capacity Location
2biteIT35617v4/v610 G MIX DC
3P SystemIT199837v4/v610 G MIX DC
a2asmartcityIT25002v4/v610 G MIX DC
AcanthoIT21309v4/v610 G MIX DC
Active NetworkIT197075v4/v62 G MIX DC
Adal NetworkIT204121v4/v61 G MIX DC
AfiliasIE12041v4/v61 G MIX DC
Airbeam IT50877v4/v61 G MIX DC
Aircomm IT196865v410 G MIX DC
AirgridIT201198v410 G MIX DC
AirmaxIT205732v4N/A MIX DC
AirnetworkIT206022v4/v61 G MIX DC
AkamaiUS20940v4/v6200 G MIX DC
Alibaba.com (Europe) CN24429v4/v610 G MIX DC
Altitud IT57111v4/v61 G MIX DC
AmazonUS16509v4/v6100 G MIX DC
AMT ServicesIT41160v410 G MIX DC
Argosid Network s.r.l.IT206988v410 G MIX DC
ArubaIT31034v4/v650 G MIX DC, Aruba PSP
Asco TLCIT29177N/AN/A On boarding
AsdasdIT28929v4/v61 G MIX DC
AT&T Global Network ServicesUS2686v41 G MIX DC
Atomo Networks s.r.l.IT210129N/AN/A On boarding
Aut O'MatticIE2635v4/v610 G MIX DC
Bbanda IT196749v410 G MIX DC
BBBellIT34606v410 G MIX DC
Bezeq InternationalIL8551v4/v610 G MIX DC
Blizzard Entertainment FR57976v4/v610 G Equinix ML2
Bluwifi / NewmediawebIT203180v4/v61 G MIX DC
BrennercomIT20811v4/v610 G MIX DC
BriantelIT43843v410 G MIX DC
BT Global ServicesUK5400v4/v610 G MIX DC
BT ItaliaIT8968v4/v620 G MIX DC
BV Networks IT207013v4/v61 G MIX DC
BZSolutionsIT209408v4/v61 G Data4
CDLanIT20836v4/v610 G MIX DC
CDNetworks / Hongkong SeagaUS36408v410 G MIX DC
Cesena NetIT200043v4/v610 G MIX DC
CieloIT51001v41 G MIX DC
CiscoUS36692v4/v610 G Equinix ML2
ClioIT9104v41 G MIX DC
Cloudfire IT203489v4/v620 G MIX DC, Data4
CloudflareUS13335v4/v630 G MIX DC
CloudItaliaIT15589v4/v620 G MIX DC
CodingIT204504v4/v61 G MIX DC
Cogent CommunicationsUS174v4/v6100 M MIX DC
COLT InternationalUK8220v4/v630 G MIX DC
ConnesiIT15605v4/v610 G MIX DC
Connessioni Metropolitane IT47178v41 G MIX DC
Continent 8UK14537v4/v610 G MIX DC
ConvergenzeIT39120v4/v620 G MIX DC
CZ.NIC z.s.p.oCZ25192v4/v6N/A MIX DC
D.T.S. - IVOIT49605v4/v610 G MIX DC
DadaUK39729v4/v62 G MIX DC
Deepnet IT209138N/AN/A On boarding
DeltawebIT49653v410 G MIX DC
Dev ItaliaIT44747N/AN/A On boarding
DimensioneIT202870v4/v610 G MIX DC
DIR.orgUK42909v4/v6N/A MIX DC
DodonetIT199324v4/v61 G MIX DC
Dolomites NetworkIT205099v41 G MIX DC
Dropbox IE19679v4/v610 G Equinix ML2
Dueenne RO57495v41 G Avalon Campus
E-Mind IT49535v410 G MIX DC
E4AIT34695v4/v61 G MIX DC
EasyConn/ PA EvolutionIT199941v410 G MIX DC
EasynetIT21454N/AN/A On boarding
Elmec InformaticaIT39217v4/v62 G MIX DC
ElsyconnIT196983v4/v61 G MIX DC
Engineering D.HubIT21176v41 G MIX DC
EoloIT35612v4/v6300 G MIX DC
Epiclink/SotehaIT204482N/AN/A On boarding
ePress IT24880v42 G MIX DC
Equinix IT15830v4/v610 G Equinix ML2
EstracomIT31319v4/v610 G MIX DC
EurocallIT196761v4/v6200 M MIX DC
EuropsysIT202347v4/v61 G MIX DC
Expereo International NL15695v4/v610 G MIX DC
FacebookUS32934v4/v6200 G MIX DC
FastconIT198399v4/v61 G MIX DC
Fastly Inc.US54113v4/v6200 G MIX DC
FastnetIT8265v4/v610 G MIX DC
FastwebIT12874v4/v6100 G MIX DC
Fiber TelecomIT196753v4/v620 G MIX DC, OHM
FiberingIT51569v41 G MIX DC
ForcepointUS44444v4/v61 G Equinix ML2
FUB - Fondazione Ugo BordoniIT50112v41 G MIX DC
G Core LabsLU199524v4/v610 G Equinix ML2
GARRIT137v4/v630 G MIX DC
Gate T1IT204326v4/v61 G MIX DC
GeantUK21320v4/v630 G MIX DC
Genesys InformaticaIT24994v4/v61 G MIX DC
Geny CommunicationsIT45015v4/v610 G MIX DC
Go InternetIT198292v41 G MIX DC
GolineCH202032v4/v610 G MIX DC
GoogleUS15169v4/v670 G MIX DC
GrifonlineIT43942v4/v61 G MIX DC
GTT / HiberniaNL5580N/AN/A On boarding
Horizon TelecomIT201518v4/v61 G MIX DC
Hurricane ElectricUS6939v4/v620 G MIX DC
I.T.S. IT204923v410 G OHM
ICTeamIT20924v4/v61 G Equinix ML2
IFOMIT35193v42 G MIX DC
Il Sole 24 OreIT12650v410 G MIX DC
Imperva Inc.US19551v4/v610 G Equinix ML2
Init7 (Schweiz)CH13030v4/v610 G MIX DC
InNetIT204180v4/v61 G MIX DC
Innsbrucker KommunalbetriebeAT31510v4/v610 G MIX DC
InsielIT44831v4/v61 G MIX DC
IntercomIT8224v4/v610 G MIX DC
Internet OneIT44160v4/v610 G MIX DC
Internet One SACH6898v4/v610 G MIX DC
InterplanetIT34758v4/v610 G MIX DC
IntredIT31115v4/v620 G MIX DC
IP Telecom / TWS ItaliaIT29449v4/v61 G MIX DC
IPKom IT198013v41 G MIX DC
IPTP NetworksUS41095v4/v610 G MIX DC
Irideos / Infracom ItaliaIT3302v4/v640 G MIX DC
Irideos / KPNQwest ItaliaIT5602v4/v612 G MIX DC
Irideos / Mc-LinkIT5396v4/v610 G MIX DC
Irideos/ EnterIT12850v4/v610 G MIX DC
Irpinia Net-ComIT48500v4/v610 G MIX DC
Isi LineIT13113v4/v610 G MIX DC
It.Net / IOLIT8660v420 G Supernap
ITGate NetworkIT12779v4/v610 G MIX DC
IX ReachUK43531v4/v61 G MIX DC
JComIT201502v410 G MIX DC
KnippDE48519v4/v61 G MIX DC
LenfiberIT59699v410 G MIX DC
LeonetIT15691v4/v61 G MIX DC
LepidaIT31638v4/v610 G MIX DC
Lepida 2IT205139v4/v610 G MIX DC
Libera Università di BolzanoIT51708v4/v61 G MIX DC
Limelight NetworksUS22822v4/v6200 G MIX DC
Logos Technologies IT41606v41 G MIX DC
LottomaticaIT35574v4/v610 G MIX DC
Maggioli s.p.a./ElogicIT200760v4/v620 G Data4
MaideIT204809v4/v61 G OHM
MandarinIT47408v4/v611 G MIX DC, OHM
Medi@netIT43364N/AN/A On boarding
MediasetIT48634v440 G MIX DC
MediavenetoIT49289v4/v610 G MIX DC
Melita MT12709v4/v640 G MIX DC
Melita ITIT209222v4/v6100 G MIX DC
MetrolinkIT8816v4/v610 G MIX DC
Micro ServiziIT202761v410 G MIX DC
MicrosoftUS8075v4/v6200 G MIX DC
MU NetworkIT204366v41 G MIX DC
MynetIT31263v410 G MIX DC
myNET-GmbHAT31543v4/v610 G Data4
MynetwayIT198697N/AN/A On boarding
NaquadriaIT201333v4/v61 G MIX DC
NemoIT200108v41 G MIX DC
Net GlobalIT50316v4/v610 G MIX DC
Net-ITIT50352v410 G MIX DC
NETandWORKIT201877v410 G MIX DC
NetenIT41974v4/v61 G MIX DC
Netflix StreamingUS2906v4/v6200 G MIX DC
NetIX CommunicationsBG57463v4/v610 G MIX DC
Netnod - i.root-serverSE29216v4/v6N/A MIX DC
Netoip.comIT202709v410 G MIX DC
NetpopIT207901N/AN/A On boarding
NetskopeUS55256v4/v610 G MIX DC
Newcom TLC IT209970v410 G OHM
NewtecIT201602v4/v610 G MIX DC
Nexim ItaliaIT210122v4/v61 G MIX DC
Nexin IT31076v4/v61 G MIX DC
Next.it IT201950v4/v61 G MIX DC
NexusIT199947v4/v610 G MIX DC
NHM IT62275v4/v61 G MIX DC
NibbleIT202896v41 G MIX DC
Noitel Italia IT207018v4/v61 G MIX DC
Noixa s.p.a.IT208873N/AN/A On boarding
Noixa s.r.l.IT48251N/AN/A On boarding
Nova NetworksIT28941v4/v61 G MIX DC
Nova Quadri IT198380v410 G MIX DC
Nuovareti IT200984v410 G MIX DC
Oath (EMEA)IE10310v4/v620 G MIX DC
Onecom GlobalUK51185v4/v6100 G MIX DC
OpenFiberIT210218v410 G MIX DC
Optima ItaliaIT44513v4/v610 G MIX DC
OrakomIT199181v41 G MIX DC
Orange BusinessFR6853v41 G MIX DC
Orange TunisieTN37492v4/v6100 G MIX DC
OverwebIT42692v4/v61 G MIX DC
OVHFR16276v4/v6200 G MIX DC
PanserviceIT20912v4/v61 G MIX DC
PlanetelIT47217v4/v611 G MIX DC
Positivo IT49360v4/v61 G MIX DC
Poste ItalianeIT15720v4/v61 G MIX DC
Professional Link IT59862v4/v610 G MIX DC
ProfexionalIT209358v41 G MIX DC
Progetto 8IT198721v4/v610 G MIX DC
Promo.itIT8855v410 G MIX DC
PT Telkom Indonesia International / TELINID7713v4/v61 G MIX DC
QcomIT41497v4/v610 G MIX DC
Quantil Networks / Hongkong SeagaUS54994v410 G MIX DC
RadioFibra IT206701v4/v61 G MIX DC
RAI - RadioTelevisione ItalianaIT8234v410 G MIX DC
Redder TelcoIT33986v4/v610 G MIX DC
ReevoIT31617v4/v610 G Data4
Registro .itIT2597v4/v6200 M MIX DC
RetelitIT28716v4/v620 G MIX DC
RetnUK9002v420 G MIX DC
Riot GamesIE6507v4/v610 G MIX DC
RIPE NCC - RIS projectNL12654v4/v6N/A MIX DC
RIPE-NCC - k.root-serverNL25152v4/v6N/A MIX DC
Rocket WayIT208920v4/v61 G MIX DC
S.P.E. IT49640v4/v6100 M MIX DC
SeewebIT12637v4/v610 G MIX DC
SeflowIT49367v4/v610 G MIX DC
ServereasyIT60798v410 G MIX DC
Sg.GsSG24482v4/v61 G MIX DC
SI.EL.CO. IT201806v41 G Data4
Sicula System IT205276v41 G MIX DC
Siltel IT200799v41 G MIX DC
Sim Informatica s.r.l.IT206460v410 G MIX DC
SiportalIT28999v4/v610 G MIX DC
Sirius TechnologyIT60501v4/v610 G MIX DC
Sistemi HSIT21101v4100 M MIX DC
Sistemi WifiIT208851v41 G MIX DC
SkyIT60772v4/v640 G MIX DC
Sky-linkIT207022v410 G OHM
Smart Provider IT205260v4/v61 G MIX DC
SmartlineIT205032v410 G OHM
SoftLayer Technologies ItaliaIT36351v4/v610 G MIX DC
SonyUS33353v4/v610 G MIX DC
SpadhausenIT62166v4/v610 G MIX DC
SparkinitIT39825v41 G Supernap
SpaziotempoIT201058v410 G MIX DC
SpinIT6734v4/v6100 M MIX DC
StackPathUS33438v4/v6200 G MIX DC
Stadtwerke Hall in Tirol/HallagAT34347v4/v610 G MIX DC
StelIT56550v4/v610 G MIX DC
StelkomSI43061v4/v61 G Avalon Campus
Sunrise CommunicationsCH6730v4/v620 G MIX DC
SupernapIT203201v4/v610 G Supernap
SwisscomCH3303v4/v610 G MIX DC
Symantec US27471v410 G Equinix ML2
T.NetIT8922v4/v61 G MIX DC
TeamSystem IT206693v42 G MIX DC
Tech Digital IT199536v41 G MIX DC
Tecno GeneralIT203591v410 G MIX DC
Tecnotel IT48544v410 G MIX DC
Telecom ItaliaIT3269v410 G MIX DC
Telecom Italia San MarinoSM15433v4/v610 G MIX DC
TelemarIT13097v4/v610 G MIX DC
TelmekomIT49088v4/v610 G MIX DC
TelnetIT5392v4/v61 G MIX DC
TerraIT31222v4/v61 G MIX DC
Time-NetIT51580v4/v610 G MIX DC
Time-Net/ AbileneIT31611v4100 M MIX DC
Tiscali ItaliaIT8612v4/v640 G MIX DC
Trentino DigitaleIT12835v4/v610 G MIX DC
TTK - TransTelecomRU20485v410 G MIX DC
Twitch US46489v4/v620 G MIX DC
TWTIT30848v4/v610 G MIX DC
UnidataIT5394v410 G MIX DC
Uno CommunicationsIT9137v410 G MIX DC
Utility Line ItaliaIT9026v4/v61 G MIX DC
ValcomCalabria IT206299v410 G MIX DC
Verisign - j.root-serverNL26415v4N/A MIX DC
Verizon Digital/EdgeCastUS15133v4/v6100 G MIX DC
Verizon ItaliaUS702v41 G MIX DC
Videobyte IT49709v4/v61 G MIX DC
Vimpel RU3216v4/v61 G MIX DC
Vodafone ItaliaIT30722v4/v6200 G MIX DC
Voiped WholesaleNL204805v4/v61 G MIX DC
VoixIT199547v4/v610 G MIX DC
Vox-Tel /Clt GroupIT208900N/AN/A On boarding
Vuetel Italia IT200507v4/v61 G MIX DC
Warian IT56911v410 G MIX DC
WavecomIT200497v4/v61 G MIX DC
WebdiscountDE24637v41 G MIX DC
Welcome ItaliaIT21056v4/v620 G MIX DC
WI-GOIT206655v41 G MIX DC
WifiwebIT47927v4/v610 G MIX DC
Wind Tre (ex H3G)IT24608v4/v660 G MIX DC
Wind Tre (ex Wind)IT1267v4200 G MIX DC
Wish NetworksIT199362v410 G OHM
WispOneIT60822v411 G MIX DC
WolnetIT49524v410 G MIX DC
WorldStream NetworkNL49981v4/v6100 G MIX DC
Xmatica - Progetto FibraIT60475v4/v61 G MIX DC
xstreamIT198102v410 G MIX DC
Z.G. ElettronicaIT200794v41 G MIX DC
Zscaler US62044v4/v620 G MIX DC

PUBLIC PEERING

It is the basic service rendered to the operators that connect to the MIX to exchange IP traffic for free through a Layer 2 infrastructure (public VLAN) shared among all the other operators connected to MIX.

  • Available for all operators who have their own Autonomous System (AS) public provided by a Regional Internet Registry (RIR);
  • Valid for one or all of the following types of traffic:
    • Unicast IPv4
    • Unicast IPv6
  • Realized through BGP protocol within its own AS
  • Also available via centralized peering services (Route-server)
  • Opportunity to create free direct peering agreements with all the ISPs connected on the MIX;
  • Direct peering with replication of i.root-servers.net, k.root-servers.net and j.root-servers.net;
  • Direct peering with secondary name-servers for ccTLDs and TLDs connected to MIX (e.g. “.IT”, “.EU”, “.COM”, “NET”, etc.);
  • Visibility in real time and in the history of their traffic statistics in: total traffic, traffic per interface, traffic to each other peer and traffic per type of TCP/UDP port;
  • External visibility thanks to the inclusion in the list of operators published on the MIX site and inclusion in the Euro-IX database
  • Inclusion in the technical mailing lists of MIX customers useful for real-time communication id problems related to peering
  • Access to pages reserved for members, containing information, tools, statistics and additional technical documentation of interest;
  • Support and access to the datacenter 24/7×365;
  • Opportunity to participate in events organized by MIX.
  • Allocation and use of MIX switch ports;
  • Connection to MIX switch ports from anywhere in the data hall via structured cabling set up by MIX;
  • Assignment of two IPv4 addresses and two IPv6 addresses belonging to the MIX address space to be used on the primary VLAN and on the public peering back-up;
  • Reverse resolution of the addresses assigned in the primary and secondary DNS of the MIX address space;
  • 24×7 assistance from the Network Operator Centre (NOC) of MIX;
  • Access Out-of-Band (OOB) prepared by MIX for the remote management of the operators’ devices if installed in MIX datacenters;
  • Opportunity toinstall your ownnetwork equipment inside the MIX datacenter without additional costs;

All items outside the previous list are not included in the standard service. Operators can still request additional physical resources or additional services by getting in touch directly with the NOC

The connection to the MIX is dedicated to operators provided that they

  • are providers of internet access, hosting and housing services to third parties or operating in the production and distribution of content;
  • possess the necessary authorizations for the provision of their services;
  • have their own public Autonomous System number issued by RIPE or an equivalent register;
  • announce their networks within their Autonomous System;
  • have their own connectivity to the global Internet independent of MIX.

PRIVATE PEERING

It is an extension of the basic service thanks to which operators already connected to MIX implement peering agreements via dedicated VLANs.
Useful in the case of transit resale or in the presence of traffic quantities such as to require dedicated peering resources with internally pre-established quality characteristics.

It allows to create a private connection between two operators through a virtual connection created by MIX switches;

  • Available to all operators who are already connected to the public peering LAN;
  • Made through dedicated VLANs and reserved for two members of the MIX in the following ways:
    • through a dedicated port connected to the MIX switches;
    • via a port already in use (e.g. for public peering) with application of the 802.1Q protocol (interface tagging);
  • Valid for Unicast IPv4 and IPv6 traffic
  • Realized through BGP protocol, within a public Autonomous System (AS) number issued by a Regional Internet Registry (RIR) e.g.: APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC, RIPE-NCC, etc. and with public IP addresses belonging to the proprietary AS;

The traffic produced on the dedicated VLAN participates in aggregate manner to the total traffic of MIX; moreover, if the VLAN is realized with dedicated ports, traffic is monitored separately from that of the public peering, and the specific traffic data are viewable only to the operators involved in provate peering.

In addition to the advantages provided with the public peering service:

  • Opportunity of routing private traffic flows through resources already in use to other ISPs connected to MIX;
  • Real-time visibility of traffic statistics on the private VLAN, differentiated in: total traffic, traffic per interface, traffic to each peer and traffic per type of TCP/UDP port
  • Allocation and use of additional ports on MIX switches based on operator requests or configuration in q-tagging of interfaces already in use;
  • Connection to MIX switch ports from anywhere in the data hall via structured cabling set up by MIX;
  • Configuration and maintenance of the private VLAN, to which a /30 IPv4 ND /64 IPv6 subnet are assignedbelonging to the MIX address space but outside the network block dedicated to public peering;
  • Assignment of an IPv4 address and an IPv6 address to each of the operators of the private VLAN;
  • Reverse resolution of the addresses assigned in the primary and secondary DNS of the MIX address space;
  • 24×7 assistance from the MIX Network Operator Centre (NOC);
  • Out-of-Band access (OOB) prepared by MIX for the remote management of the operators’ devices if installed in MIX datacenters;

All items outside the previous list are not included in the standard service. Operators can still request additional physical resources or additional services by getting in touch directly with MIX NOC.

The connection to the MIX is dedicated to operators provided that they

  • are providers of internet access, hosting and housing services to third parties or operating in the production and distribution of content;
  • possess the necessary authorizations for the provision of their services;
  • have their own public Autonomous System number issued by RIPE or an equivalent register;
  • announce their networks within their Autonomous System;
  • have their own connectivity to the global Internet independent of MIX.

CLOSED USER GROUP

It is a service dedicated to closed groups of operators who need to share a LAN on which specific types of traffic will be routed and subject to the group’s interests (SLAs).

  • It allows to open peering relations on dedicated reserved VLANs among a limited number of operators;
  • Available to all operators who are already connected to the public peering LAN;
  • Implemented through dedicated VLANs and aimed at group operators participating in the reserved VLAN in the following manners:
    • through a dedicated port on MIX switches;
    • via a port already in use (e.g. for public peering), with application of the 802.1Q protocol (interface tagging);
  • Valid for Unicast IPv4 and IPv6 traffic
  • Realized through BGP protocol, within a public Autonomous System (AS) number issued by a Regional Internet Registry (RIR) e.g.: APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC, RIPE-NCC, etc. and with public IP addresses belonging to the proprietary AS.
  • The traffic produced on the dedicated VLAN is monitored separately from that of the public peering. The specific traffic data is viewable only to the ISPs involved in CUG, while they are displayed in aggregate form in MIX’s total traffic graph.

In addition to the advantages obtained with the Public Peering service:

  • opportunity to route reserved traffic flows through resources already in use to other operators connected on MIX;
  • real-time visibility and statistics of traffic on the private VLAN, differentiated in: total traffic, traffic per interface, traffic to each peer and traffic per type of TCP/UDP port
    • According to the operators requests, allocation and use of additional ports on MIX switch or configuration of q-tagging on interfaces already used;
    • Connection on the ports of MIX’s switch from any point of data center room through structured cabling prepared by MIX;
    • Configuration and maintenance of private VLAN,to which is signed a /30 IPv4 network and a /64 IPv6 nework, belonging to MIX address space but external to the block used for Public Peering;
    • Assignment of one IPv4 address and one IPv6 address to each ISP connect to private VLAN;
    • Reverse resolution of addresses assigned on primary and secondary DNS;
    • 24×7 assistance of MIX’s Network Operator Center (NOC);
    • Out-of-Band (OOB) access arranged for the remote management of routers colocated inside the data center;
    • Chance to install network devices inside MIX datacenter with preferential prices.

    All the aspects not mentioned above must be considered not included in the standard service. Any further resources can be asked directly to the MIX NOC

La connessione al MIX è dedicata agli operatori a condizione che

  • siano fornitori di accessi a Internet, di servizi di hosting e housing a soggetti terzi o che operino nell’ambito della produzione e distribuzione di contenuti;
  • siano in possesso delle necessarie autorizzazioni per la fornitura dei propri servizi;
  • siano in possesso di un proprio numero di Autonomous System pubblico rilasciato da RIPE o un registro equivalente;
  • annuncino le proprie reti all’interno del proprio Autonomous System;
  • abbiano propria connettività all’Internet globale indipendente da MIX.

Scenarios

  • Bring the routers through which peering sessions with the other customers can be managed to MIX.
  • Maintain or install the routers at a datacenter in the Caldera Park using local fiber to reach the peering LAN.
  • Connect through a LAN extension service provided by a carrier (remote router).
  • Connect to a MIX satellite PoP.
  • Connect using the Pooling@MIX service.
  • Connect via the Radio Bridge.
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Configuration guides

The information contained in this section is intended as a suggestion for the configuration of the devices directly connected to MIX. In this regard, several technologies currently available on the market have been taken into consideration.

See document MIX-305e.1.0

Route Server

A route server service is also available to help the customer in making the BGP session. Once a single peering session is configured with the router, the session is automatically established with all the other devices connected to the same router.

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Technical/Formal prerequisites