Netnod’s IXP Architecture

Netnod’s IXP Architecture offers Industry leading stability and redundancy.  

Netnod Stockholm IXP Architecture

Netnod’s Stockholm IXP provides dual port connectivity from two 10 GB Ethernet switches located at separate facilities. This means we can offer your network industry-leading stability as you share traffic with Europe, the Nordics and Russia. We are the largest, most stable IXP in the region with a track record of providing 100% uptime since 2002.  

Connectivity to Netnod’s Stockholm IXP is also: 

  • Fully IPv6 enabled
  • Available via dark fibre or Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM)
  • Run on dual power feeds and backed up by an uninterrupted power supply

We have installed switch equipment throughout Stockholm to make it easy for networks to connect to our IXP from a range of locations. 

 

COMIX IXP Architecture

Bridging the Internet in Copenhagen, Malmö and Beyond

COMIX integrates Netnod’s established Malmö IXP with the former COPHIX exchange, which interconnects the Telia Telehouse, InterXion Copenhagen, and Global Connect sites in Copenhagen.

Launched in 2014, COMIX offers a single distributed IXP that creates new opportunities for network operators and provides new levels of stability, scalability, and service for the Danish market.

For network operators throughout the region, COMIX offers:

  • A fibre connection that spans the Öresund bridge
  • A highly efficient, multi-chassis architecture
  • Reduced latency and no backhaul for local traffic
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Technical information on Netnod IXP's

About Netnod
These are the basic facts and information about peering with Netnod. (ASN 8674).

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Netnod operates route servers at the Stockholm and Copenhagen-Malmö IX. 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.

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Here are example configurations that illustrates a router connected to both of the VLANs on the STH-B switch. The VLAN ids will be different for other Netnod IX's. The examples are only examples and will most likely need to be adopted to your environment and platform.

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This is the list of colocation providers in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Malmö and Göteborg.

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Transport network suppliers and fibre suppliers for connecting in Göteborg, Malmö and Sundsvall.

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Here we answer some of the most common questions about peering, IXPs and Netnod IX.
Connected networks at Netnod IX

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All traffic statistics for the Netnod Internet exchange points is publicly available.
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