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1 © EJB SURFnet 1999 Amsterdam Internet Exchange AMS-IX Erik-Jan Bos SURFnet bv Eugene, OR - NANOG16
2 © EJB SURFnet 1999 Contents Organization Infrastructure Who’s connected How to Connect Experiments
3 © EJB SURFnet 1999 Organization Oldest and one of largest IXs in EU Association under Dutch law Each connecting ISP is a member AMS-IX Bodies: –General Assembly –Executive Committee –Technical Committee –Facilities manager (SURFnet)
4 © EJB SURFnet 1999 Infrastructure 1 AMS-IX Shared Infrastructure: –Two locations (SARA & NIKHEF, Amsterdam) –Switching hardware, and router & service LANs –Gig Ether trunk, plus backup –10BaseT and 100BaseTX connections –Dropped FDDI some years ago Many private interconnects
5 © EJB SURFnet 1999 Infrastructure 2
6 © EJB SURFnet 1999 Infrastructure 3 Traffic volume (working day, Sw1):
7 © EJB SURFnet 1999 Who’s connected International Exchange: –National ISPs –European ISPs –Global players Total number of ISP: 57 Examples: UUnet, Ebone, EUnet, Carrier1, AUCS, AT&T, RIPE NCC
8 © EJB SURFnet 1999 How2Connect Connecting to the AMS-IX: –Select co-location facility (choice of two) –Fill-out the Web-form –Sign contract for co-location –Sign contract for AMS-IX connection –Bring your box –Connect –Start your peerings
9 © EJB SURFnet 1999 Experiments AMS-IX Experiments: –Multicast (MBGP, MSDP) –IPv6 (in cooperation with 6TAP) –Soon: Fast Etherchannel connections –Later: Gig Ethernet connections –Perhaps: More co-lo facilities
10 © EJB SURFnet 1999 More information http://www.ams-ix.net/
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