The latest DE-CIX white paper examines their GlobePEER and GlobePEER Remote services and gives router configurations examples that will optimize traffic. The easy to read BGP configuration guide explains how to keep local traffic local by using DE-CIX’s GlobePEER service while getting the most out of remote peering with the company’s GlobePEER Remote solution. DE-CIX takes readers through BGP features and settings and shows how to control inbound and outbound traffic, set local preferences for customers, peer, configure snippets and more.

GlobePEER and GlobePEER Remote: Local and remote peering ecosystems
DE-CIX global Internet Exchange platforms in Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Dusseldorf, New York, Marseille and Istanbul are interconnected. Additionally, in Berlin and Moscow you can access in Frankfurt, and vice versa, and in Madrid with access in Lisbon and vice versa to enhance reach to networks.

Each location provides a local peering ecosystem, built by networks using DE-CIX’s GlobePEER service. These Internet Exchanges also provide access to additional peering ecosystems, based on the company’s GlobePEER Remote service.

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