Netnod Stockholm IXP

Netnod Stockholm IXP

Netnod’s Stockholm IXP is the largest in the Nordics and offers the highest traffic per peer in Europe. It is a robust and reliable IXP managed by a non-profit, neutral organization and operated by experts in Internet Exchange architecture and technology. With 100% uptime since 2002, Netnod’s Stockholm IXP provides: 
  • The best access to the highly interconnected Nordic region and the crucial Russian market
  • Peering opportunities with some of the world’s largest networks
  • Optimized speed, routing control and paths to your peers
  • A robust and resilient exchange with industry-leading redundancy 

Netnod IXPs are layer 2 services built on Gigabit Ethernet (GE) technology. 
At our Stockholm IXP we offer connections at: 2 x 100 Mbps, 2 x 1 GE, 2 x 10 GE, 2 x 100 GE 


Connectivity to the IXP is fully IPv6 enabled and available via dark fibre or Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM). The Stockholm IXP provides industry-leading redundancy through:

  • Dual connectivity from two 10 GB Ethernet switches located at separate facilities
  • All switches using using dual power feeds and backed up by an uninterrupted power supply (UPS). 

More information about technical specifications/IX architecture.


Netnod is present at the major data centre providers in Stockholm: Digiplex, Equinix, Glesys, Interxion and KN7. Connecting to Netnod in Stockholm is possible from any location in Stockholm, but as Netnod is present at these locations, it is by far the easiest and fastest way to connect.

Netnod still includes the cost of the fibres to any address in Stockholm. Providers looking to connect to Netnod in Stockholm therefore have a free choice of which colocation provider to choose.

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