Networks national backbone is ranked among the top in the
nation. Connections ranging from OC3s (155Mbps) to gigE (1,000Mbps)
connect several major exchange points, (including MAE-West
in San Jose, CA; PAIX in Palo Alto, CA; AADS in Chicago, IL;
NYIIX in New York, NY; and MAE-East in Vienna, VA) forming
rings around the nation.
Summary Network Info
Tier 1 National Backbone connected directly to over
Three Hundred Major National and International Networks.
We are directly connected to
Sprint, AT&T, Level(3), AOL, UUNET, MSN and many
Our self-healing network architecture virtually eliminates
a single point of failure. In addition to our own backbone,
we also purchase backup transit from multiple providers in
multiple locations to ensure that your data will arrive via
the shortest possible routes. Because of our backup transit
and the many international peers, our network maintains the
shortest routes for sending your data all over the world.
On an ongoing basis, we are negotiating with the top fiber
carriers for new routes, additional backup transit providers,
and we are signing on new peering relationships.
Byzhosting switched network utilizes the Border Gateway
Protocol Version 4 (BGP4) over Cisco 12000 series GSR
routers. We always update the router's IOS after we have
stress tested the latest IOS on a non-critical router,
to make sure it is very stable. The switch that your equipment
will ultimately be connected to is connected back to a
core router via fiber.
Byzhosting Networks has one of the friendliest peering
policies in the industry. We will peer with any network
that is connected to one or more of the exchange points
that we have in common.
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