GetaFIX was established in 2018 with a goal of bringing high quality CDN connectivity and peering to ISPs in the Philippines, thus improving the speed and redundancy of internet services for all Filipinos. We are carrier neutral and operate on standard pricing models within three data centers in the Luzon region.
GetaFIX operates dual (fully redundant) Route Servers on the BIRD platform that support BGP community control of route advertisements to peers - all the control of bilateral peering without having to establish a full mesh of BGP sessions. GetaFIX network infrastructure also fully supports IPv6.
Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) operate as local stores of the major content on the internet. Having CDNs located in an IX means more traffic can shift off expensive transit links and onto the IX, while improving performance by serving content locally instead of from overseas.
Private VLANs are fully supported on GetaFIX so you can establish private connectivity between yourself and another network, or between two ports in different GetaFIX datacenters.
GetaFIX operates on a fixed pricing model - everyone pays the same prices for the same bandwidth, and anyone can connect within one of the three data centers we are currently located in.
CHOOSE YOUR PLAN
|24/7 Support, 99.9% SLA, IPv6 Supported|
|Private VLAN Support|
|Redundant Route Servers|
|IX Portal Access|
|BGP Community Based Route Control|
|Open Source Updates|
|D, E, F & K Root DNS Zone Servers||COMING SOON||COMING SOON|
|M-Lab Pod Access||COMING SOON||COMING SOON|
|Valve / Steam||COMING SOON||COMING SOON|
|Google Global Cache||COMING SOON|
|Netflix, Fastly, Limelight||APPLYING|
|CacheFly, Swarmify, Stackpath||APPLYING|
You need to have your own ASN and at least a /24 of IP addressing assigned by a local or regional Internet Registry (typically APNIC for the Philippines.) You will also need to have a router capable of peering with GetaFIX via BGP, and supporting at least a 1Gbps port speed.
To maintain the integrity of the exchange we have the following requirements around traffic sent.
Only the following Ethertypes are allowed on GetaFIX:
GetaFIX uses MAC locking to limit the risk of broadcast storms. Only one MAC address is allowed per port and traffic from other MAC addresses will be dropped.
Proxy ARP must be disabled on any router interface connected to GetaFIX. This is enabled by default on some devices (especially Cisco IOS, where the command “no ip proxy-arp” should be applied.)
Traffic for link-local protocols should not be sent to the exchange. This includes protocols such as:
The following link-local protocols are exceptions and are allowed:
The GetaFIX peering LAN IP range should not be advertised outside of a members network without explicit written permission of GetaFIX.