The Netrouting backbone was built to optimize response time, latency and uptime. Netrouting is connected to various carriers and internet exchanges, using the the BGP-4 protocol to select the fastest available connection.
The Amsterdam Internet Exchange is currently the biggest internet exchange point in Europe. Netrouting is directly connected to the AMS-IX at our TelecityRedbus2 PoP in Amsterdam NL.
The German Internet Exchange is currently one of the biggest internet exchange points in Europe. Netrouting is directly connected to the DE-IX at our Ancotel PoP in Frankfurt DE.
The Netrouting network was built to provide reliability and performance, we therefore use first class routing/switching equipment and TIER1 carrier connectivity. Netrouting uses extensive software to monitor the entire network 24/7/365. This allows us to proactively prevent issues before they occur.
The backbone is configured to function fail-safe, this means if one of the connections fail another would pick up instantly for uninterrupted service. The Netrouting backbone runs under the Autonomous System Number 47869 (AS-NETROUTING) and is running multihomed.
For more information, peering details and monitoring; please visit our NOC web page at www.as47869.net
Ripe NCC & Arin Member
Netrouting is directly connected with the Ripe NCC and ARIN. Ripe and Arin are two out of five Regional Internet Registries providing Internet Resource Allocations world wide.