IP Peering and Transit




Our offer includes IP Peering & Transit connectivity via 1GE and 10GE connections to different locations in Switzerland, Europe, North America and Asia.





What we offer




  • Transit

    IP Transit offers global Internet connectivity. Different profiles and models are available (flat fee as well as usage-based). If required, we can also make an offer that includes protection against DDoS attacks.



  • Interconnect Peering

    Interconnect Peering offers connectivity to the Swisscom end customer base. This is a share-based peering model, which includes a certain amount of free data traffic. If one of the parties exceeds their share, it has to provide compensation to the other party.



  • Basic Peering

    Basic Peering offers connectivity to the Swisscom end customer base. Different profiles and models are available (flat fee as well as usage-based). In addition to private peering we also offer public peering via Swiss-IX for smaller bandwidths.



  • Caching

    A combined collocation-peering model in which the customer provides and delivers contents for the Swisscom end customer base over servers (customer-owned hardware) in the Swisscom data centre. A limited peering capacity is included in the offer in order to fill the servers with contents.





Our strengths


International Internet backbone

Worldwide > 300 peering partners

Professional backbone and peering-management guarantee first class performance

Proactively managed Internet backbone with regular quality tests by CNLAB*

Reliable, DDoS-protected backbone

 

* Independent technology company that focuses on Internet technologies




 

Interested?


Did one of our products or services appeal to you?
Please feel free to contact us without any obligation!

 

 




Interconnection points






International interconnection points available on request. The Service Access Point (SAP) is
on the interface of the IP-Plus router/switch. The customer is responsible for organising
the connection between the customer router and IP-Plus router (cross-connect).





Basic requirements


The following requirements must be met:

 

  • The customer accepts the Swisscom Peering Policy
  • The customer has its own AS (autonomous system) and own IP addresses
  • The offer is only available via the given exchange points
  • The customer is responsible for the connection between the IP-Plus router/switch and the customer infrastructure
  • Other conditions apply in accordance with the Swisscom product description

 

 

Requirements for Interconnect Peering:

 

  • Shared bandwidth of at least 500 Mbps (in and outbound)
  • Geographic redundancy (at least two separated interconnection points)
  • Operation of a 24x7 NOC and trouble ticketing
  • All traffic exchanged between the two networks must travel via direct routes