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MidWest-IX IPV6 stats

MidWest-IX is now seeing over 15,000 IPv6 routes on our Indianapolis Fabric from any ever-growing number of peers. We are getting reports, not only from our members but from others which say IPv6 traffic is faster when it comes to streaming content.

M-IX allowed traffic types

Allowed Traffic Types on Midwest-IX The M-IX NOC reserves the right to disable ports that violate the rules below Physical Connection Interface settings Ethernet interfaces attached to M-IX ports must be set to auto-sensing unless otherwise agreed. MAC Layer Ethernet framing The M-IX infrastructure is based on the Ethernet II (or DIX Ethernet) standard. This […]

What is peering?

A great article on what peering is http://drpeering.net/core/ch4-Internet-Peering.html

Hurricane Electric now available in Indiana

We are excited to announce Hurricane Electric (he.net) is now available through our member companies. HE.NET is now available for purchase on the exchange. Hurricane Electric operates its own global IPv4 and IPv6 network and is considered the largest IPv6 backbone in the world as measured by number of networks connected. Within its global network, […]

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