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Network Classes

Class 1 :: premium plus Class 2 :: premium Class 3 :: economy
· All (6) Tier-1 IP transit providers
· All (2) Tier-2 IP transit providers
· All (8) peering exchanges (1000+ peers)
· All (4) private peering partners
· All (6) Tier-1 IP transit providers
· All (2) Tier-2 IP transit providers
· All (8) peering exchanges (1000+ peers)
· All (4) private peering partners
· Variable (1-6) Tier-1 IP transit providers
· Variable (0-2) Tier-2 IP transit providers
· Variable (0-8) peering exchanges (1000+ peers)
· Variable (0-4) private peering partners
· Premium effort re-routing on request
· Live rerouting support 4
· Highest QoS priority on network
· Best effort re-routing on request
· No live rerouting support
· Default QoS priority on network
· No re-routing possible
· No live rerouting support
· Lowest QoS priority on network
· Router redundancy with VRRP-E · Router redundancy with VRRP-E · Router redundancy with VRRP-E
· Available on hosting services
· Bandwidth pooling allowed when listed
· Available on all services
· Bandwidth pooling allowed when listed
· Available on a select amount of services
· No bandwidth pooling allowed, unmetered only

1 If no class is specified, you are automatically in class 2 (premium).

2 This applies to most services such as as the dedicated and colocated servers. If not listed or no options are available then class 2 (premium) is provided by default.

3 Bandwidth aggregated billing is only possible if the class allows this, when the services are in the same class and are using the same billing type (usage | speed).

4 In order to make use of this service we will need to enable this on your VLAN, meaning you will need a reserved VLAN which comes with any IPv4 subnet.

5 We may, at any time, update the requirements for this section. Last update was done at 2018-05-30.