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Internet Exchange Map
The Internet Exchange Map is a free resource from TeleGeography. TeleGeography’s free interactive Internet Exchange Map depicts over 300 active Internet exchanges and more than 500 buildings in which those exchanges reside. What is an Internet Exchange Point? An Internet Exchange Point is where Internet networks come together to peer or exchange traffic between their networks. Exchange point customers are often content providers, who peer with ISPs to get their content to the ISPs’ customers. An exchange point is usually an Ethernet switch. Each network connects one or more of its routers to the exchange point’s Ethernet switch, and send traffic across the Ethernet switch to routers belonging to other networks.
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