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IIX Users

Currently peering with the IIX

(in order of connecting):

Currently peering with the IIX
Link Size Type IPv6 Backup Link Redundancy Statistics
Machba (Israeli Universities Consortium) 10Gb/s 10GE Active Link
Netvision 013 \ Cellcom 100GE 100GE Active 100Gb/s Link
Bezeq International 100Gb/s 100GE Active 100Gb/s Link
Partner \ 012 100Gb/s 100GE Active 100Gb/s  Link
Interspace 200Mb/s GE Link
Internet Binat 20Gb/s 10GE Active Yes Link
Gilat Telecom 40Gb/s 40GE Active  Link
GOV.IL – Tehila 1Gb/s GE Active  Link
R.L. Internet 10Gb/s 10GE  Link
Internet Rimon 40Gb/s 10GE Active Yes Link
CCC 20Gb/s 10GE Active Yes Link
Hot Net 200Gb/s 100GE Active 200Gb/s Link
CellAct Communication 200Mb/s GE Active Yes  Link
Interhost 100Gb/s 100GE Active Link
VoiceCenter 100Mb/s GE Active Link
ITC 100Gb/s 100GE Active 100Gb/s Link
Connect972 40Gb/s 10GE Active Link
Bezeq 200Gb/s 100GE Active Yes Link
CLOUD LEASE Ltd. 40Gb/s 40GE Active Link
Tamares Telecom 200Gb/s 100GE Active Yes Link
SpotNet 10Gb/s 10GE Active 10Gb/s Link

Note:

  • Backup line – 2nd peer on standby, not forwarding traffic.
  • Redundancy – 2nd peer where both peers are active and forwarding traffic.

Adding up the speed figures of the Shared GigE connected Peers in the above table, may result in a figure that is larger than the nominal IIX GigE trunks speed. This does not imply “overbooking”, or oversubscription of the access lines.

Traffic distribution in multiplexed networks is statistical. The correct way to check for trunk utilization would, therefore, be to go over some statistics.