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Multi-homed Internet

Multi-homed Internet

As organizations find their Internet connectivity increasingly vital to their operations, they must find ways to ensure that the Upstream and last mile are robust. The term ‘multi-homing’ is often used to describe means of fault-tolerant connectivity and is widely considered as a ‘best practice’. A multi-homed public IP address must be configured with two or more upstream providers.

When any link or route fails, network traffic is automatically rerouted to another alternative. The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is used for multi-homing purposes.

Cybernet peers with all landing stations; TW-1 (Transworld), SEA-ME-WE-3, SEA-ME-WE-4 and I-ME-WE and various global telecommunication service providers.

We manage Internet bandwidth from multiple upstream providers with constantly growing capacities to ensure robust, reliable and seamless Internet connectivity to enterprises with needs of critical Internet bandwidth.

With a robust access network and multiple upstream redundancies, your business can concentrate on its core operations without interruptions.