SIX Seattle (Jumbo)

Internet exchangeOwned by Seattle Internet Exchange

On-net data centers (7)

7 results

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Peering points (15)

15 results

Name
ASN
Bandwidth
IPv4
IPv6
Route server peer
6939
100G
206.81.82.40
2001:504:16:1::1b1b
No
13414
20G
206.81.83.31
2001:504:16:1::3466
Yes
668
10G
206.81.83.57
2001:504:16:1::29c
No
53597
10G
206.81.83.136
2001:504:16:1::d15d
Yes
32212
10G
206.81.83.173
2001:504:16:1::7dd4
Yes
32354
10G
206.81.83.53
2001:504:16:1::7e62
Yes
23033
10G
206.81.82.37
2001:504:16:1::59f9
Yes
54721
1G
206.81.83.146
2001:504:16:1::d5c1
No
6456
20G
206.81.82.10
2001:504:16:1::1938
Yes
6456
20G
206.81.83.41
2001:504:16:1:0:297:0:1938
Yes
33108
0G
206.81.82.3
2001:504:16:1::3
Yes
32204
10G
206.81.83.36
2001:504:16:1::7dcc
No
11046
1G
206.81.83.118
2001:504:16:1::2b26
No
293
10G
206.81.83.102
2001:504:16:1::125
Yes
33108
0G
206.81.82.2
2001:504:16:1::2
Yes
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Specifications

Internet exchange

proto_ipv6

Yes

proto_multicast

Yes

proto_unicast

Yes

media

Ethernet

mtu

9000

policy_email
prefix_ipv4

206.81.82.0/23

prefix_ipv6

2001:504:16:1::/64

rs_asn

0

tech_email
tech_phone

+1 206-367-4320

url_stats
dot1q_support

No

Parent company

Seattle Internet Exchange

Service provider

The Seattle Internet Exchange (SIX) was originally established in April 1997 as a private interconnection between two ISP's in Seattle's Westin building, whose traffic was traveling from Seattle to Texas and back just to cross from one side of the floor to the other. Starting in June 1997 other ISP's became interested in interconnecting, and the SIX became active June 20th, 1997. Networks began to participate in the SIX due to the low/no cost involved, and it began to grow. The SIX offers GigE, 10GbE, 40GbE, and 100GbE port options. One-time port fees are detailed on our join page. The SIX does not charge recurring fees, but they are offered as a payment option.