Internet transit is the carrier-grade service that provides interconnection between the customer’s IP network and the global internet. This service is suitable for the customers with their own Autonomous System (AS) who are able to set up connection by means of BGP protocol.
IP Transit utilizes multiple ways of accessing to provide carriers who own AS numbers and IP addresses, content providers, large and medium-sizecustomers the access of Reacom’s network, then transmit to the Internet or other specific regional networks.
IPLC – (international private leased circuit) is a point-to- point private line provided by Reacom’s can be used by ompanies to communicate between offices that are geographically dispersed throughout the world. It is an end-to- end private service characterized by strict bandwidth guarantee, and full transparency.
Connection to Exchange (Dec-IX, Ams-IX, MSK-IX, UA-IX, etc.)
The Internet Exchange allows members to establish peering relationships with other members across a common switching platform. Once those peering relationships have been established, members may share traffic without incurring additional IP transit charges.
- Ports 1G / 10G / 40G / 100G in day-centers of class TIER IV of the USA, Europe and Asia
- Flexible IP Address block assignments.
- Direct access to the largest providers
- Free testing
- 24/7/365 support
Last mile – Ethernet and VPN (e-line, e-tree, e-lan)
E-Line – Ethernet Virtual Private Line – a service connecting two customer Ethernet ports over a WAN (roots)
E-LAN– Ethernet Virtual Private LAN – a multipoint service connecting a set of customer endpoints, making bridged Ethernet network connecting the sites (roots)
E-Tree – Ethernet Virtual Private Tree – a point-to-multipoint Ethernet Virtual Connection, a multipoint service connecting one or more roots and a set of leaves. (roots or leaves)
E-Trees are used to create:
- Multicast delivery services
- Internet access
- Mobile backhaul services
- Telemetry services