About LSIX

LSIX – A Regional peering initiative for Autonomous Systems operators offering high port density, performance and reliability at best price.
  • 80gbps connected speed
    Gbps of
    Connected capacity
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    Member ASNs
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    Gb/sec of
    Peak traffic
Cost-effective peering

Cost-effective peering

We try to control our investments so that we can keep our pricing structure low. By utilizing next-generation network equipment, dark fiber and CWDM/DWDM wavelengths we can offer high port density, performance and reliability on the peering lan at an affordable price. Strategic partnerships with regional datacenters and network operators help us further strengthen our business model and the flexibility to our members.


In this section, we try to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about our products and services.
If you have questions you would like to ask that are not addressed here, feel free to ask by using the Quick Enquiry form below.

What is LSIX?

LSIX, short for LayerSwitch Internet Exchange, is a regional peering platform based out of The Netherlands.

What is an Internet Exchange?

An Internet Exchange Point (also known as IX or IXP) is a peer to peer platform through which network operators exchange Internet traffic between their networks (autonomous systems).

What is peering?

Peering is the exchange of data between two parties directly attached or on the same LAN rather than via the public Internet.

Who can connect to LSIX?

The LSIX is open to any (international) network operator. Examples of acceptable networks but not limited to are Internet Service Providers (ISPs), Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Content Delivery Networks (CDNs).

Where can I connect to LSIX?

For an overview of LayerSwitch Internet Exchange Data Centers please check our locations page

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