Ohio IX - Network

The following page provides details on network ranges, IPs, ASNs, points-of-presence (PoPs) and edge CDNs for the Ohio IX network.

What Is Ohio IX?

Ohio IX - Logo

Ohio Internet Exchange (OhioIX), is a non-profit internet exchange point (IXP) that allows organizations to connect their networks to exchange internet traffic directly.

Category ISP/Telco
Web Link Home Page
Ohio IX is in the ISP/Telco category. This type of organization provides connectivity to other organizations, deploys infrastructure for partner edge CDN solutions, and may offer local managed hosting.

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Ohio IX - Network Ranges

IPv4 Network Ranges

  • and 5 more

IPv6 Network Ranges

  • 2001:504:64::/48
  • 2602:fd28:40::/44
  • 2602:fd28:50::/47
  • and 13 more
Network Ranges and Routes
The networks listed here are low-level detailed routes - either BGP or internal.

Ohio IX - ASNs

AS62866 is the only ASN associated with the Ohio IX network.

ASN AS62866
Organization Ohio IX
Category ISP/Telco
What is an ASN?
An Autonomous System Number (ASN) is a unique identifier assigned to a collection of IP networks managed by an organization.

Ohio IX - Domains

ohioix.net is the primary domain associated with Ohio IX.

Ohio IX - Network Map

Ohio IX
United States
Point of Presence
What is a Point of Presence?
In order to get information to end users more quickly, many applications are distributed from multiple locations around the globe.
For ISPs/Telcos, we only provide the PoPs providing edge caching or important network exchanges.

Ohio IX - Points of Presence

Network PoP Tag Country
Ohio IX - Logo Ohio IX Columbus columbus United States

Ohio IX - Edge Caches

Name IP Info Link
Apple CDN - Logo Apple CDN 7 IPs CDN Info
Steam CDN - Logo Steam CDN 4 IPs CDN Info
Netflix CDN - Logo Netflix CDN 1 IPs CDN Info
Why Edge Caching?
Some Content delivery networks (CDNs) partner with Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and network providers to get content delivery closer to customers. More Info.

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