Remote Peering

Peer remotely from another France-IX Exchange


The Remote Peering Service consists of a Service Port, a VLAN and a subscription to the Remote Peering Service on the chosen LAN.

This Service is to be added to the Local Peering Service on the same Port, subject to the physical capacity of the Port.

The Customer can subscribe to several Remote Peering Services on the same physical Port. There are as many configured remote VLANs as there are cities to which the Customer wants to connect.


Architecture


Details

  • This offer supersedes previous one called "PASS" ;

  • The service is physically and logically redundant ;

  • This service is available by increments of 1G up to 10G, then by increments of 10G limited to 40G (10G in Toulouse), and upon study for over 40 G ;

  • The service is monitored 24h/7d by France-IX NOC ;

  • No GRT for peering services but "Best efforts" instead.


Pricing

Pricing structure

  • 1 peering port
  • 1 local peering subscription on primary LAN
  • 1 VLAN
  • 1 remote peering subscription on chosen LAN

Peer with our members via our resellers

If you are located in a data center/carrier PoP (in France, in a different country) not connected to France-IX peering platforms, you may peer remotely via our resellers.

This way you can benefit from France-IX peering without investing time and money into deploying your own infrastructure in the data centers where France-IX has deployed its network.


Benefits

Simple

  • End-to-end connectivity to France-IX through one supplier: your reseller provides, manages, supports and bills the member for all the remote peering services (transport packaged with peering services).

 

  • One-stop-shopping means one contract, one bill, one contact so less paperwork at the end of the day. You don’t need to sign any France-IX contract, you just sign with our reseller on their paperwork and we coordinate everything with them.

 

  • Keep in mind that you still have full membership rights with France-IX non-profit association (with the right to vote during the France-IX meetings), you have access to the same services as any other member and you still need your own Autonomous System Number to be able to peer.

Quick and easy process

  • No deployment of hardware or colocation means you can activate your connection in a matter of days, instead of weeks.

 

  • Once your contract is in place with our reseller (already connected to France-IX), your can benefit from short delays for the activation of the service.

 

  • The variety of connection packages allows you to upgrade easily and quickly and more importantly, to stay flexible.

Zero risk with no Capex required

  • There is no need to colocate your equipment in Paris and/or Marseille, you choose your traffic level in each France-IX peering platforms (Paris and/or Marseille) through your reseller.

 

  • The reseller connects to France-IX though GigE, 10 Gbps peering ports, which are either dedicated or shared via multiple VLANs between customers. Keep in mind resellers can not oversubscribe their port(s).

 

  • The reseller provides you only with the connection and you keep the full control of your peering and routing policy.

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