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INEX 2020 Port Charges

INEX has reduced its port charges at all speeds for 2020 and to encourage continued support of connections to LAN2, a 10Gb port is available free of charge to all members with a port at 10Gb or higher speed in place on LAN1. Port charges at INEX for 2020 100Gb ports are €18,000 (additional 100Gb […]

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INEX Board Members

An INEX Extraordinary General Meeting was held on 26th September 2019 to replace three Board members who resigned their positions. The following Member representatives were elected to the INEX Board at that meeting: Ronan Lupton (Independent / Barrister / ALTO), John McDonnell (Ripplecom) and Ronan Mullally (Akamai). They join Garrett Burke, (Egenera) INEX Secretary, Michael […]

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IXP Manager v5.1.0 Now Released

INEX is pleased to announce the release of IXP Manager v5.1.0. This release includes support for the just released version 1.0 of the IX-F Member List JSON schema from Euro-IX, the European Internet Exchange Association, and includes some bug fixes from the earlier v5.0 release. IXP Manager v5.0 is successfully running at a number of […]

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“Who is the IXP to argue with the resource holder? Nick Hilliard in APNIC Blog post

INEX CTO, Nick Hilliard delivered a blog post to APNIC on the background, ambitions and challenges that INEX had in adding RPKI support to IXP Manager. Read the full blog here: https://blog.apnic.net/2019/06/19/ixp-manager-adds-rpki-support-in-new-release/

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IXP Manager v5.0 Dedicated to Barry Rhodes RIP

IXP Manager 5.0 has now been released. This is a major update to the platform with 970 files changed, 79020 insertions(+), 87488 deletions(-). IXP Manager 5.0 is now available to the 70+ IXPs around the world who are using the platform. Nick Hilliard and Barry O’Donovan from the INEX Operations team were keen to include […]

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INEX’s Shiny New Route Servers

In this article, we talk about the new route servers that we deployed across all three peering platforms at INEX during February 2019 and, particularly, RPKI support. Most route server instances at internet exchanges (IXPs) perform prefix filtering based on route/route6 objects published by internet routing registries (IRRDBs). INEX members would be used to creating […]

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