The IXPN offers connections at its currently operating locations at 100M and 1000M (1G) port speeds. The IXPN operates a Mandatory MLPA (Multi-Lateral Peering Agreement), which means it is mandatory for every member to peer with the IXPN route servers.
IXPN also offers a private interconnect service to allow members to have bilateral connections in a cost effectively way. You must be a IXPN member before you can sign up for a private interconnect service.
Connections to IXPN switches at any of the currently operating IXPN locations; (Medallion Colo (Victoria Island), NET House Colo (Lagos Island)
IXPN Facility are offered via
*indicative figures only. All prices subject to current exchange rates at time of taking Service
Members would not be allowed to additional port of the same capacity on the same switch if a port of higher capacity is available.
The joining fee is paid one-off in advance of connection by all members.
The membership fee is payable by all members quarterly and your first payment is invoiced pro-rata.
The port fee are invoiced monthly to members depending on port speed. *'nwap' refers to the IXPN Wireless Access Point. Members can connect to any of the currently operating IXPN locations wirelessly through the IXPN wireless access points operating on 5.2GHz.
Your first invoice will include the joining fee, membership fee (pro-rata) and the port fee (pro-rata).
TOTAL = ₦375,000 (for the 3 months billing period)
and would cover your membership fee from January 2012 to March 2012.Remeber the Joining fee is paid once and would not be included in subsequent billing.
if a member intends to take a second port on the second peering LAN if they have a single port on the primary peering LAN.
Members should be aware of their own utilisation, if the average measured traffic on a member's port exceeds 80% of its capacity, a Port Congestion Charge equal to the Basic Port Charge for that type of port shall be payable in addition to all other port fees. IXPN will provide real time usage graphs provided for member ports.
|Last Updated on Monday, 19 December 2011 11:26|