Interconnection

×

Error message

  • Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in smart_ip_ipgeobase_source_smart_ip_get_location_alter() (line 20 of /var/www/vhosts/w-net.us/sites/all/modules/smart_ip_ipgeobase_source/smart_ip_ipgeobase_source.module).
  • Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in smart_ip_ipgeobase_source_smart_ip_get_location_alter() (line 22 of /var/www/vhosts/w-net.us/sites/all/modules/smart_ip_ipgeobase_source/smart_ip_ipgeobase_source.module).
  • Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in smart_ip_ipgeobase_source_smart_ip_get_location_alter() (line 23 of /var/www/vhosts/w-net.us/sites/all/modules/smart_ip_ipgeobase_source/smart_ip_ipgeobase_source.module).
  • Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in smart_ip_ipgeobase_source_smart_ip_get_location_alter() (line 24 of /var/www/vhosts/w-net.us/sites/all/modules/smart_ip_ipgeobase_source/smart_ip_ipgeobase_source.module).
Wnet Network Interconnection / Peering Policy
 
Wnet is willing to interconnect its IP network with other telecommunication companies when such interconnection provides tangible benefits to Wnet and its customers. A key advantage of peering for both participants is that this connectivity can reduce packet transmission routes between networks and reduce the cost of bandwidth. Wnet practices connection of other networks at speeds starting from 1Gbps that allows to cover full traffic exchange without loss in the service quality.
 
Peering is a commercially negotiated barter arrangement that is available to Internet backbone providers, ISPs, Content Delivery Networks and content providers of different sizes and geographic scope.
 
Agreements to exchange traffic it is subject for detailed discussion and negotiations. Wnet evaluates a number of business factors and reserves the right to decline to enter into a peering relationship with any applicant.
 
Wnet AS info:

 

Our Partners