Dedicated Fiber Internet Access
Dedicated Fiber Internet Access (DIA) Overview
Available on Fiber · Fixed Wireless · Ethernet over Copper (EoC)
Having high-speed enterprise internet service is one of the most vital tools today, and to remain competitive, businesses need an internet connection at the fastest speeds possible. Designed specifically to meet customer needs, 123NET’s Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) delivers the utmost in performance, reliability, and scalability.
Dedicated Connections, Reliable Service
Ethernet DIA is engineered to be symmetrical and scalable to meet business bandwidth needs. 123NET’s Michigan network core is built in a series of fiber optic rings and is Layer 3 protected. In the event of an outage, data is rerouted which keeps businesses connected. Local support teams are available 24/7/365, and the service is backed by an enterprise grade Service Level Agreement (SLA). The 123NET backbone is connected to multiple Tier 1 carriers and peers utilizing BGP routing, creating a best in class routing environment.
The 123NET backbone is connected to multiple Tier 1 carriers and peers utilizing BGP routing, creating the best in class routing environment.
Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) Features
|IP Failover||Add a Secondary Internet Connection From 123NET or Another Provider for Increased Redundancy|
|Service Level Agreement (SLA)||Internet Access Backed by an Industry Leading Service Level Agreement|
|BGP Support||If you have high availability requirements, rest assured that our team of engineers can help.|
|Managed Router||Preconfigured Settings, Installation & Ongoing Maintenance Support Included|
Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) Benefits
|Enhanced Availability and Quality||Using Redundant IP Network Infrastructure|
|Scalable Bandwidth||Options from 1.5 Mbps to 100 Gbps.|
|Web-Based Tools||Easily Monitor Bandwidth Capacity|
|24/7 Network Monitoring||Information on Connections at Any Time|
|Maximum Redundancy||2(N+1) Core Infrastructure Supporting Connectivity from Multiple Major Cities|
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