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  • Peering list at IXP

    An IXP is a network through which operators connect their backbones to each other, realizing part of the meshing of the Internet. Since the Internet is given by the composition of many networks, it is necessary that each portion be connected to the others..

    The connection between them can be done with pinpoint circuits or through an IXP that allows, with a single circuit, to realize the interconnection of a network with, potentially, all the others already present on the IXP.

    Peering BGP

    NAMEX

    MIX

    TIX

    TOPIX

    VSIX

    NAMEX

    ASAS Name
    1267ASN-WINDTRE
    3269ASN-IBSNAZ
    3303SWISSCOM
    5394 UNIDATA Unidata S.p.A. NOC
    5396MC-LINK
    5397Presidenza Consiglio Ministri
    6939 HURRICANE
    8220COLT
    8234RAI-AS
    8612TISCALI-
    8968BT-ITALIA
    12637SEEWEB
    12779ITGATE
    12874FASTWEB
    13335 CLOUDFLARENET
    15589ASN-CLOUDITALIA
    15720Viale
    20794EURNETCITY
    20912ASN-PANSERVICE
    20940AKAMAI-ASN1
    21056ASN-WELCOMEITALIA
    24608WINDTRE-AS
    24796NAMEX-IXP
    26415 VERISIGN-INC
    27320 ISC-F-AS
    30722VODAFONE-IT-ASN
    31034ARUBA-ASN
    32934 FACEBOOK
    35131YDEA
    35574GTECH
    39120CONVERGENZE-AS
    49360RPENGINEERING-AS

    MIX

    ASAS Name
    1267ASN-WINDTRE
    2906 AS-SSI
    3269ASN-IBSNAZ
    3302INFRACOM-NETWORK-APPLICATION-AS
    3303SWISSCOM
    5392TELNET-ITALY
    5396MC-LINK
    5602Internet
    6730SUNRISE
    6853ORANGE-BUSINESS-SERVICES-SOUTHEUR
    6939 HURRICANE
    8075 MICROSOFT-CORP-MSN-AS-BLOCK
    8220COLT
    8224INTERCOM-AS
    8234RAI-AS
    8265FASTNET-BKB-ASN
    8612TISCALI-
    8674NETNOD-IX
    8816IT-STCOM
    8922 ASN-TNET Catania
    8968BT-ITALIA
    9002RETN-AS
    9026ULI-MAIN
    9104CLIO-AS
    9137ASN-UNO
    12322PROXAD
    12637SEEWEB
    12709MELITACABLE
    12779ITGATE
    12835INFOTN-AS
    12850ASN-ENTER
    12874FASTWEB
    13335 CLOUDFLARENET
    15589ASN-CLOUDITALIA
    15605CONNESI
    15720Viale
    15830TELECITY-LON
    16004MIXITA-AS
    16276OVH
    20811BRENNERCOM-AS
    20836CDLAN-AS
    20924ICTEAM
    20940AKAMAI-ASN1
    21056ASN-WELCOMEITALIA
    22822 LLNW
    24608WINDTRE-AS
    24880 EPRESS-AS Milano
    26415 VERISIGN-INC
    28716RETELIT-AS
    29449TWS-AS
    31034ARUBA-ASN
    32934 FACEBOOK
    33438 HIGHWINDS2
    34695E4A-AS
    35574GTECH
    36408 CDNETWORKSUS-02
    39729REGISTER-AS
    41497AS_INTERACTIVE
    44160INTERNETONE
    47217PLANETEL
    47408MANDARIN-AS
    47927WIFIWEB
    48500IRPNET-AS
    48634RTI_SPA
    49367ASSEFLOW
    49605DTS-AS
    51185ONECOM-AS
    54994 QUANTILNETWORKS
    60822WISP1
    61968MIX-RS

    TIX

    ASAS Name
    6882RTRT-PEGASO
    13284BRT-AS
    28929ASDASD-AS
    29050TERRECABLATE
    29438MOMAX-AS
    44747DEVITALIA-SRL
    49605DTS-AS

    TOPIX

    ASAS Name
    42 WOODYNET-1
    2594ASN-CSI
    2595CSP-AS
    3303SWISSCOM
    8220COLT
    12779ITGATE
    16191ICANET-AS
    19679 DROPBOX
    21101 SISTEMIUNO-AS ASP
    22822 LLNW
    25309 TOPIX-AS Consorzio Topix
    26415 VERISIGN-INC
    33077 ISC-F-AS
    34606ASN-BBBELL
    39636ASN-AEMNET
    41364 TOPIX-PDI-AS Consorzio Topix
    42669MEGAWEB_IT_BIELLA
    43185RESO-AS
    44092HALSERVICE
    44219ICCOM-AS
    47242COLTENGINE

    VSIX

    ASAS Name
    28929ASDASD-AS
    31495TELERETE-AS
    31611ABILENE-AS
    33986ASN-REDDER
    34695E4A-AS
    41651ASN-RVE
    43923RVE2VSIX
    47358NTRNET
    50316NETGLOBAL-ASN

  • Commercial Networks

    GARR offers its community a link to global internet through redundant connections with three of the main international operators, for an aggregate of 30 Gbit / sec, both in IPv4 and in IPv6.

    In addition, connections are made to ISPs through links to the Internet Exchange of Milan MIX and Rome NaMeX, for an aggregate of 80 Gbit/sec, and links to the Internet Exchange of Turin TOP-IX, Florence TIX and Padua VSIX, for an aggregate of 12 Gbit/sec.


    With some particularly important networks and with the Regional Community Networks, direct private peering is active.

    • International Peering - Global Internet
    • Telia 20 Gbps
    • Cogent 10 Gbps
  • Regional and metropolitan networks

    The GARR network interconnects with other networks at the local, national and international level, to facilitate data exchange between the research and education community and its partners. In addition to the usual connections with international research and education networks, it is worth mentioning several peerings with major commercial networks and with the networks managed by local public administrations such as Regions and Municipalities.

    Peerings are currently active with the Telecommunication Networks of:


    In particular, thanks to collaborations with the Metropolitan and Regional Area Networks, some dating back to the end of the nineties (with the GARR-B MAN project), it is possible to enhance cost-effectiveness and coverage for the research and education users located in a given geographical area.

    To date, collaborations with MANs and RANs include:

    • he networks of the universities of Cassino, Genova, Insubria, Milan, and Pisa;
    • Lepida, the Regional Area Network of Emilia-Romagna;
    • Lightnet, the Metropolitan Area Network of the University and research centres in Trieste;
    • UniFInet, the MAN co-managed by the Municipality and University of Florence;
    • Venis, Venis, the MAN of the Municipality of Venice;
  • International Research Networks

    GÉANT

    GÉANT is the European high-capacity backbone that interconnects European research and education networks with multiple connections of 100Gbps and offers advanced services to large research infrastructures and the entire scientific, education and culture community in Europe.

    Mappa Europea GÉANT

    Officially started in September 2004, today GÉANT interconnects over 50 million users in approximately 10,000 scientific, educational and cultural institutions across the continent. Thanks to state-of-the-art technologies, over 1,000 terabytes of data are transferred every day to the GÉANT backbone.

    In fact, the GÉANT network provides the high-speed connectivity required to share, access and process massive volumes of data. These data are generated by, and are essential for, diverse research and education communities in areas such as particle physics, bioinformatics, earth observation, drug discovery and art and culture.


    CONNECTIONS WITH THE WORLD RESEARCH

    Through the GÉANT network, GARR users are directly interconnected with the research networks of 60 countries in the world with the possibility of exchanging data and collaborating in real time from South America to the Pacific..
    Mappa Globale GÉANT

    GARR is also an active part of international connectivity, hosting since 2004 one of the Points of Presence of the EUMEDCONNECT network at the GARR PoP in Catania.



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