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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
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London Internet Exchange Point Update Keith Mitchell, Executive Chairman NANOG15 Meeting Denver, Jan 1999.
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Japan Internet Exchange Service Progress in 2000 Yoshikazu Ikeda Toshiki Ueda
Compaq IPv6 Analysis of Request for Sub-TLA Jim Bound, Compaq IETF Interim Meeting Grenoble, France Feb 1-3, 1999.
Swiss Internet Exchange Association Wouter van Hulten InterXion.
Selecting an IXP Where to peer?. THE TOP 10 IXP SELECTION CRITERIA How do network operators choose an Internet Exchange Point? 2.
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Internet Number Resource Status Report As of 31 December 2004.
INDONESIA INTERNET EXCHANGE an update Presented by APJII-ID Teddy A. Purwadi - Executive Council Faizal Adiputra - Secretary of.
Using Gigabit Ethernet to Extend the Internet Exchange to the Metropolitan Area Keith Mitchell Executive Chairman London Internet Exchange.
Technical Models of NAPs PTTMetro Project Milton Kaoru Kashiwakura PTTMetro Technical Coordinator NAPLA 2005 – Lima / Peru.
1 © EJB SURFnet 1999 Next Generation Internet in The Netherlands Erik-Jan Bos SURFnet bv Eugene, OR - NANOG16.
Internet2/Abilene Perspective Guy Almes and Ted Hanss Internet2 Project NASA Ames -- August 10, 1999.
Internet Number Resource Status Report As of 30 September 2004.
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Andrew Schmidt Electronic Visualization Laboratory University of Illinois at Chicago.
NWEN 402 – Peering & Exchange T With material from Geoff Huston, Andy Linton & Valerie Schaeffer.
RIPE39 EIX WG Update Keith Mitchell Chief Technical Officer.
Internet Strucure Internet structure: network of networks Question: given millions of access ISPs, how to connect them together? access.
Techs in Paradise 2004, Honolulu / Lambda Networking BOF / Jan 27 NetherLight day-to-day experience APAN lambda networking BOF Erik Radius Manager Network.
Internet Number Resource Status Report As of 31 March 2005.
25/07/2003BGP Table Manners 1 Interdomain Routing Politics for the Masses Dave Aaldering.
GigaBit Deployment Case Study Keith Mitchell Chief Technical Officer.
DutchGrid KNMI KUN Delft Leiden VU ASTRON WCW Utrecht Telin Amsterdam Many organizations in the Netherlands are very active in Grid usage and development,
GRX and IPX RIPE May Thomas OSullivan.
Internet infrastructure and access Henning Schulzrinne Dept. of Computer Science Columbia University Fall 2003.
The Internet – Network diagrams 13 The Internet – Network diagrams 13.
RIPE34 Meeting EIX Working Group London Internet Exchange Ltd. Keith Mitchell 22 September 1999 London Internet Exchange Keith Mitchell Executive Chairman.
0 HKIX Hong Kong Internet eXchange Cheng, Che-Hoo Computer Services Center The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Internet Architecture: A High-level Overview AFIX Technical Workshop Session 1.
Peering Policies - When to Peer, When not to Peer Quilt Peering Workshop October 2006 St Louis, Missouri.
Vladislav Bidikov, FCSE, UKIM, Macedonia, Improving Macedonia internet connectivity with RIPE Atlas How a Idea could become reality...
November 1999 London Internet Exchange Keith Mitchell, Executive Chairman JPIX Meeting, July 2000.
Scaling IXPs Scalable Infrastructure Workshop. Objectives To explain scaling options within the IXP To introduce the Internet Routing Registry at.
AMS-IX Update APRICOT/APNIC IX SIG Perth, 2 nd March 2006
I2 GigaPoP Operators Workshop Kazunori Konishi
Networks Technology 8th Grade Ms. Rocío Acevedo Sept. ’06.
ARIN on the Road – Halifax Internet Exchange Points in Canada & a HFXIX Update Shawn Beaton, CIRA May 21 st, 2015.
Mirjam Kühne 1 IPv6 Registration at the RIPE NCC IPv6 Forum, Berlin Mirjam Kühne, RIPE NCC.
University of Illinois at Chicago Current STAR TAP Technical Engineering Activities Full-mesh PVC provisioning IPv4 routing Network statistics.
Next Generation Internet in the Netherlands Kees Neggers Managing Director SURFnet NORDUnet2000 Helsinki 29 September 2000.
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GLIF Engineering (TEC) Working Group & SURFnet6 Blue Print Erik-Jan Bos Director of Network Services, SURFnet I2 Fall meeting, Austin, TX, USA September.
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