• Coverage : 115 cities, 1,796 subdistricts, 2,231 buildings, 287,406 homepass

Biznet Global Internet

Biznet operates an extensive global network in several continents to peering directly with multiple Tier-1 providers for faster access and shorter route. As of 7 August 2015, Biznet primary international backbone was running on our own Biznet Fiber Java Bangka Batam Singapore with multiple n x 100 Gbps connection to provide large capacity from Indonesia to the World.

Biznet Global Internet Network

Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) Technology

Biznet Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) network operates at OSI "Layer 2.5" model that can be used to carry many different kinds of traffic, including IP packets, ATM, SONET and Ethernet frames

Biznet Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) Topology

Biznet Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) Network is a data-carrying mechanism which emulates some properties of a circuit-switched network over a packet-switched network. MPLS operates at an OSI Model layer that is generally considered to lie between traditional definitions of Layer 2 (data link layer) and Layer 3 (network layer), and thus is often referred to as a "Layer 2.5" protocol. It was designed to provide a unified data-carrying service for both circuit-based clients and packet-switching clients which provide a datagram service model. It can be used to carry many different kinds of traffic, including IP packets, as well as native ATM, SONET, and Ethernet frames.

Biznet MPLS Network is available on all Biznet Global Internet and Biznet Fiber networks. Biznet MPLS Network also able to interconnect to other provider's MPLS network to extend network coverage globally.

Peering with Biznet

Biznet is actively peering in Australia, Asia, North America and Europe. We use Open Peering policy for any ISP, Telco, Data Center atau Internet Exchange who wanted to interconnect with our network.

Peering Policy

  • Both parties shall maintain a backbone network with adequate capacity to ensure delivery of traffic within normal SLA standards.
  • Both parties shall have consistent route announcements across all public and private interconnection points.
  • Both parties shall make every reasonable effort to limit and control Denial of Service attacks and forged packets from within their network.
  • Both parties shall announce only their own routes and those of their transit customers to one another. Route leaking is prohibited, and will be filtered if detected.
  • Both parties shall refrain from using one another as a route of last resort, or otherwise sending traffic to the other party for a route not announced via BGP.
  • Biznet can provide MD5 password for each BGP session (optional).
  • Domestic networks must interconnect at a minimum of two physically diverse peering points. International networks may connect may interconnect at a single peering point.
  • Both parties shall maintain Network Operations Center that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Both parties shall provide advance notice of any planned maintenance, and immediate notice of any unplanned outages, affecting any interconnection.
  • Biznet reserves the right to decline any settlement-free peering request at any time, for any reason.
  • Biznet reserves the right to modify this policy at any time, for any reason.

Peering Information

Autonomous System Number 17451
Peering Policy Open
Maximum Prefixes  
Looking Glass http://noc-tools.biznetnetworks.com/lg
PeeringDB Record http://as17451.peeringdb.com

Contact Information

NOC Phone Number +62-21-57998888
NOC Email noc@biznetnetworks.com
Peering Email peering@biznetnetworks.com
Abuse Email abuse@biznetnetworks.com

List of Connected Internet Exchange

IX Name City IPv4 IPv6 Speed Status
MegaIX Singapore Megaport Singapore Internet Exchange Singapore, SG 2001:ded::1d 10 Gbps Active
AMS-IX Amsterdam Internet Exchange Amsterdam, NL 2001:7F8:1::A501:7451:1 10 Gbps Active
BIX Biznet Internet Exchange Jakarta, ID 2001:DE8:11:380:60::1/64 10 Gbps Active
CNX Cambodian Network Exchange Phnom Penh, KH 2001:DE8:1D::34 1 Gbps Active
Equinix Palo Alto Equinix Internet Exchange Palo Alto Palo Alto, CA, US 2001:504:d::3c/64 1 Gbps Active
Equinix Singapore Equinix Internet Exchange Singapore Singapore, SG 2001:DE8:4::1:7451:1/64 10 Gbps Active
Equinix Sydney Equinix Internet Exchange Sydney Sydney, AU 2001:DE8:6::1:7451:1 1 Gbps Active
HKIX Hong Kong Internet Exchange Hong Kong, CN 2001:7FA:0:1::CA28:A13B 10 Gbps Active
IIX Indonesia Internet Exchange Jakarta, ID 2001:7FA:2::2F/64 10 Gbps Active
JPIX Japan Internet Exchange Tokyo, JP 2001:DE8:8::1:7451:1 10 Gbps Active
KINX Korea Internet Neutral Exchange Seoul, KR 2001:7FA:8::20 1 Gbps Active
LINX Juniper LAN London Internet Exchange London, UK 2001:7F8:4::442B:1/64 1 Gbps Active
MyIX Malaysia Internet Exchange Kuala Lumpur, MY 2001:DE8:10::32 1 Gbps Active
Open IXP Open IXP Jakarta, ID 2001:7FA:F::2E/64 20 Gbps Active

Network Status

We are constantly increasing the breadth and quality of our network coverage. By using the latest technology Biznet committed to provide reliable services to support business activities. Here's a graph of the amount of Bandwidth Global Internet usage seen in real time

International Gateway Link

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Local Link (IIX)

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Biznet Internet Exchange

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Daily BIX Peering Activity

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Weekly BIX Peering Activity