Layer 2 via Virtual Private Interconnect (VPI)
Exchanging traffic directly will make your NetIX membership work harder and more efficiently. By handing off all traffic bound to one network directly, it’ll free up remaining capacity to exchange with the other members.
When a NetIX member observes a large proportion of their traffic going to a specific network on the platform, to make their connectivity more efficient, sometimes it’s beneficial for the NetIX member to request a dedicated VPI to the network.
If both parties agree to a VPI, the requesting network contacts the NetIX team and following contracts, the service is implemented and the ports are configured for service turn-up.
How will you benefit?
- Dedicate capacity to another member - it’ll never be congested or shared with other services
- NetIX has over 200 members with many major global network brands
- No need to invest in additional equipment - it’s 100% virtual
- Decreased hassle and congestion compared to public peering
Virtual Private Interconnect (VPI) Technical Specifications:
- NetIX does not allocate IP addresses for the Virtual Private Interconnect
- The VPI is a separate VLAN using IEEE 802.1Q tagging
- The default MTU size is 1534 and is adjustable
- Configuring multiple VLANs on a single port is possible using different VLAN q-tags
- You’ll be kept up to date with every step during implementation; you’ll receive notifications upon initial registration, occurring problems, and recommendations for resolving them
- 24/7 NOC for round the clock support and fully SLA-covered