IX Technical info

19 Dec 2016
Swedish national Internet exchange points are built on Ethernet technology. They are a layer 2 service with no routing facilities existing within the exchange points. The connected customer’s routers are responsible for the routing of packets through the exchange points. Netnod provides IX connections at sites in Stockholm, Copenhagen/Malmö, Gothenburg, Sundsvall, Luleå and Oslo (powered by NIX).
13 Dec 2016
Netnod’s IXP architecture offers Industry-leading stability and redundancy.  
13 Dec 2016
Netnod operates route servers at the Stockholm IX as well as the Copenhagen exchange point (Copenhagen-Malmö). A route server facilitates the administration of peering arrangements for networks present at an exchange point. By connecting to the route server, you can replace some or all of your separate BGP sessions to your peers, with one single session towards the route server.
13 Dec 2016
Here are example configurations that illustrates a router connected to both of the VLANs on the STH-B switch.
13 Dec 2016
This is the list of colocation providers in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Malmo and Gothenburg.
13 Dec 2016
Transport network suppliers and fibre suppliers for connecting in Gothenburg, Malmö and Sundsvall.
27 Sep 2016
Here we answer some of the most common questions about peering, IXPs and Netnod IX.
25 Sep 2016
These are the basic facts and information about peering with Netnod. (ASN 8674).