Improve your network performance and save money by peering with top internet and content providers on the iX-OKC platform.
Reduce your operating costs and enhance your network performance by exchanging traffic on our carrier-neutral internet exchange platform, iX-OKC. The peering platform is owned and operated by RACK59 Data Center, where we connect Oklahoma's largest concentration of ISP networks.
01 / TRANSIT
Peering helps you save OPEX by providing a local path between parties while reducing the load on international IP Transit links.
02 / NETWORK PERFORMANCE
Improve performance reliability and reduce latency for the Oklahoma market by peering in our neutral internet exchange platform.
03 / Network Aggregation
Our IXP network can easily aggregate a large number of relatively small peering sessions across a single fixed-cost peering port, with zero incremental cost for each peer.
Connectivity options at 1, 10 and 100 Gbps
Performance and Throughput statistics
Available only for RACK59 customers
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Registered Public AS Numbers
Peering DB records updated
Benefits of IX-OKC are managed through a mutual peering agreement conformed to by all parties. IXP members normally specify the routes through their peering relationships. They may choose to route the traffic through their own addresses or addresses of other providers in the network. In some scenarios, the IXP serves as a backup link to allow traffic to pass through in case of a direct link failure.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is iX-OKC?
IX-OKC is a FIXP (Free Internet Exchange Point). It provides a physical ethernet switched infrastructure to ISPs and Internet-related business companies to exchange IP traffic.
Why is peering at Internet Exchange OKC free?
IX-OKC has been created to help Internet development and traffic optimization in the Oklahoma City Metro Area. With no recurring charges, members can easily exchange traffic and optimize their network performances. IX-OKC wants to provide companies an alternative peering network for performance and redundancy reasons.
May I sell Internet transit over IX-OKC?
Please contact us with details.
Who are IX-OKC members?
Most members are or will be, related to ISPs, ASPs or Telecom operators.
May I sell services to other members using IX-OKC?
Yes, you may.
Who can join IX-OKC?
RACK59 Data Center customers with a valid Autonomous System Number (ASN) is welcome at IX-OKC.
What are IX-OKC usage policy/rules?
The IX-OKC usage policy is available here
Is IX-OKC really free of charge?
Whether you have 1U or a private data center space at RACK59, IX-OKC provides interconnections for all of our customers and carrier partners free of charge.
How is IX-OKC working technically?
IX-OKC is based on Juniper QFX switches using BIRD for our route servers
Does IX-OKC sell bandwidth/colocation?
No, but our host data center RACK59 Data Center and their 20+ carrier partners can help you with those needs.
We offer two basic services over the exchange point to help you get the most out of your connection
01 / SHARED VLAN PEERING
iX-OKC Peering service enables you to interconnect with a multitude of networks directly. You will exchange internet traffic using only one connection and cross-connect.
02 / PRIVATE VLAN PEERING
A Private Interconnect enables direct traffic exchange between two networks over a dedicated VLAN on our platform. You can connect directly with other networks whether you are located within the same data center or not. Connecting with our Private Interconnect Solution allows you to save costs as you will not have to pay for any additional cross-connects or metro connections.
Main switch -Juniper QFX5110
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7725 W Reno Ave, Suite #304
Oklahoma City, OK 73127