Traffic Exchange Services

Each member can exchange traffic with other members through the public peering LAN or through private peering.

Public Peering LAN: The public peering LAN is a VLAN that spans all PS-IX points of presence. Each member is, by default, connected to the public peering LAN and is assigned IPv4 and IPv6 addresses for each connection (physical or bundle). These addresses can be used to establish bgp peerings with other members and exchange routing tables (the use of bgp for routing is mandatory in the public peering LAN). In this manner members exchange traffic over the public peering LAN. Please note that each member retains the right to selectively peer with other members, with terms that can be freely negotiated between them.

Private Interconnections: If required, two or more PS-IX members can be directly connected via a separate, dedicated VLAN. Private Interconnections can be used to address special connectivity needs.

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Colocation Services at MTIT01

MTIT01 is not a commercial colocation facility; hence members do not have the option to buy colocation services directly from the facility owner. In order to address limited colocation needs, PS-IX offers directly the following services to members connected at MTIT01:

Rack Space: Members can lease limited rack space in PS-IX racks (typically, 1-2 rack units). This includes uninterpretable power supply (max. 1 KVA / RU) and cooling, appropriate environmental conditions for telecommunication equipment, IP out-of-band access, console access via terminal server and access to power supply via managed power switch). Please note that due to limited rack space, colocation requests may be rejected.

Technical Specifications

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