Mumbai CH Infrastructure

  • Hosted at Carrier Neutral Tier IV Datacenter.
  • Strategically Located at Mumbai, Near to Cable landing stations.
  • IPv4 & IPV6 Enabled platform
  • Private & Public Peering
  • 1G,10G,100G Ports
  • Dual Bird Based Route Servers
  • Cisco catalyst 6500 switches
  • Colocation Services from Host DC (Discounted Colocation Services from Host DC’s)

Host Location: Carrier Neutral Facility Web Werks :

Mumbai CH infrastructure is hosted at the Tier IV facility Web Werks India which is being built and designed by IBM. It has N+N redundancy for Power and cooling management. It offers great services with 99.999% uptime.

Mumbai IX is an Internet exchange, currently present at Mumbai. Colocation services for connected networks are available at our data center facilities.

The current implementation of the Mumbai - IX peering platform uses an MPLS/VPLS infrastructure. This setup allows for a resilient and highly scalable infrastructure inherent to MPLS, while at the same time the interface towards the members and customers is still the common shared Layer 2 Ethernet platform.


Strategic Location : Navi Mumbai :

Mumbai CH is strategically located at Rabale, Navi Mumbai which is having good network feasibility with all the major telcos. All the cable landing stations are nearby to this location which helps customers to get connectivity easily.


IPv4 & IPV6

Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) is the fourth revision of the IP and a widely used protocol in data communication over different kinds of networks. IPv4 is a connectionless protocol used in packet-switched layer networks, such as Ethernet. It provides the logical connection between network devices by providing identification for each device. IPv4 is based on the best-effort model.

Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) is an Internet Protocol (IP) used for carrying data in packets from a source to a destination over various networks. IPv6 is the enhanced version of IPv4 and can support very large numbers of nodes as compared to IPv4. It allows for 2128 possible node, or address, combinations. IPv6 is also known as Internet Protocol Next Generation (IPng).

Public and Private Peering :

Public peering or Multilateral Peering takes place across a Layer 2 access technology, usually described as a shared fabric. An Internet Exchange Point allows multiple carriers to interconnect with other carriers across a single physical port. Public peering is performed across a shared network called an Internet Exchange Point (IX or IXP). Through an Internet Exchange you can connect to many other peers using one or more physical connections, thereby optimizing the cost per peer when sending traffic to many different networks. Internet Exchanges often charge a port and/or member fee to keep their infrastructure intact.

Private peering is performed by creating a direct physical connection (usually consisting of one or more 10GE fibers) between two networks. The connection is made from only one network to another, for which you pay a set fee to the owner of the infrastructure that is used (such as a datacenter). This makes private peering a sensible option when you need to send large volumes of traffic to one specific network, as the cost per megabit goes down when more traffic is exchanged.

1G, 10G, 100G Ports Availability:

Networks connect with either Gigabit Ethernet (GE), 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GE), 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100GE) (On Special Request ) or multiples of these on the access devices.

Mumbai CH infrastructure allows customers to connect from 100Mbps port limit to 10G ports.

Cisco catalyst 6500 switches

The Catalyst 6500 is a modular chassis network Switch manufactured by Cisco Systems since 1999, capable of delivering speeds of up to "400 million packets per second”. A chassis can have 3, 4, 6, 9 or 13 slots each with the option of one or two modular power supplies. The supervisor engine provides centralized forwarding information and processing; up to two of these cards can be installed in a chassis to provide active/standby.

Colocation Services from data center

The Mumbai-IX infrastructure is Web Werks data center with secure and controlled environments. At these data centers, you can connect to Mumbai-IX infrastructure locally, by installing a cross-connect between your or your partner/carrier’s equipment and Mumbai-IX patch panel. Each data center offers its unique set of services with their own conditions and pricing.

  1. To connect at the chosen colocation directly, you must arrange an agreement with the data center to place your equipment locally
  2. To connect through a transport provider, your partner/carrier must have an agreement with the colocation to connect and arrange the local cross connects.

Mumbai CH Remote Peering services

Even if you don’t have any Physical Presence in this Locations, You can Connect Mumbai CH Remotely through Mumbai CH Reseller Program. For more information, you can visit (Reseller Program Page url ) or email us at