Global Peer Exchange

Filip Hruska fhr at
Mon Nov 30 18:24:12 UTC 2020

To expand on that a bit: The pricing differs per geographical region, I
was offered 0.1 EUR/Mbps, someone I know in Australia got a price
several times higher. No fixed port costs, no commit, no distance-based
fees. No discounts for larger ports. 

Both sites have to be separate companies, not just separate ASNs. If you
ask about that, they will point you at their L2 PtP product instead. 


On 2020-11-30 19:11, Paul Emmons wrote:

>> You take down a 10g connection and they bill each side $.2 a meg, 95th percintile billing.  VLAN between the two sites. Both sites have to have a different AS number.  So if you want to move 1g of data, 95th percentile, between 2 datacenters I guess it has some utility at $400 a gig effective pricing.   I can't beleive it is a great money maker for them. Oh and it's Cogent and they say they can't give you above 1500 mtu.
> ~P
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