IX Statistics

All traffic statistics for the Netnod Internet exchange points are publicly available. Please follow the links below to see the various statistics in detail.

Aggregated total average traffic graphs are found here.

Traffic graphs per port (bits per second) are found here.

Traffic graphs per port (packets per second) are found here.


Operators connected to Netnod Internet Exchange may request removal of their port identity on the statistics page by emailing a request to noc[at]netnod[dot]se


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Technical information on Netnod IXP's

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.
What is an IXP and what is peering?