Netnod Reach Slussen Stockholm

Netnod Reach - Remote peering that grows with your network

Netnod Reach gives you the full benefits of peering at a fraction of the cost. You connect through your existing provider, using their equipment and Netnod’s infrastructure to peer with some of the biggest ISPs in the world.

There are no router or colocation costs. You simply start peering with minimal investment and no risk. For customers without an established footprint in the region, Netnod Reach is the one-stop shop for remote peering in the Nordics, Russia and beyond.  

Remote peering with Netnod is the most cost-effective way for your network to:  

  • Access the full range of Netnod’s routes throughout the Nordics, Russia and the Baltics
  • Reduce latency, transit costs and administration
  • Increase performance, traffic levels and redundancy  
  • Stay flexible and upgrade with ease as traffic grows
  • Connect to the largest IXP in the region with the highest traffic rate per peer in Europe

Netnod Reach partners

Console - RETN - PORTLANE - Comcor - Rascom - NL-IX - IPTP Networks 

How does it work?

All Netnod Reach partners have fully redundant connections to Netnod. You connect through their network but appear as a fully visible peer at the Netnod exchange point. Your peering and contact details are publicly listed and your AS number is announced on the route servers. You receive all the benefits of a full IXP membership at a fraction of the cost and with no hardware investment or long-term commitment.

Netnod reach explained

Netnod Reach services are provided by trusted and approved Netnod partners and backed by Netnod’s industry-leading infrastructure and technical expertise. Simply choose a Netnod Reach partner and select the connection rate that suits your network. Your Netnod Reach partner will then be your single point of contact. They will provide your remote peering package: transport, peering port and administration (contract, billing and support). 

Netnod reach explained

Connection Plans

Netnod reach offers connection plans to suit all types of networks:

• 0.1Gbps • 0.25Gbps • 0.5Gbps
• 1Gbps • 2Gbps • 3Gbps  
• 4Gbps • 5Gbps • 10 Gbps  

With these options, you can start small, stay flexible and easily adapt as your traffic grows.

Netnod Reach: Stockholm 

With all connection plans, Netnod Reach provides fully redundant transit services for remote peering with Stockholm. We use two VLANs connected to separate 10 Gbps switches. Each switch connects to a route server, so you see the traffic of all peers connected to that switch. And they always see you. Guaranteed. 

If you have any questions about Netnod Reach, send an email to info[at]netnod[dot]se or contact us here:

I'm interested in connecting to

Console Network Solutions (formerly IX Reach) is the number one partner to leading Internet Exchange Points and global wholesale provider of carrier connectivity services.

RETN is an international network service provider which offers a variety of services including Capacity, IP transit, VPNs, Remote Peering, Virtual PoPs and Colocation to enterprises, carriers and ISPs.

Portlane is a Swedish ISP with a strong focus on the Nordic market. Founded in 2009, Portlane quickly grew to become a leading player in the Nordic scene, providing services such as IP-Transit, EoMPLS, WDM and Colocation.

Open joint stock company Moscow Telecommunication Corporation – (COMCOR – trademark “AKADO Telecom”) is one of the largest operators of the multiservice communication network in the Moscow region.

CJSC “RASCOM” is a leading provider of international capacity for telecom carriers and owns telecommunications facilities and structures at the route Moscow – St.-Petersburg – Helsinki – Stockholm – Copenhagen – Frankfurt – Amsterdam – Prague – Bratislava – Uzhgorod -Lviv - Kharkiv - Kiev.

NL-ix interconnects over 90 carrier neutral data centres in 12 European countries, by a fully meshed low latency network. We enable our members to peer and exchange Internet traffic with all other connected members anywhere in Europe, whilst decreasing bandwidth costs and improving network performance.

IPTP Networks is a global Tier 2 Internet Service Provider (AS41095), Systems Integrator and Software Development company. Operating a privately owned, redundant EoMPLS network it establishes secure connectivity across Europe, Asia, Russia, Africa, Oceania and the Americas.
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