Network Types

Description

This article describes the available network types for servers.

Contents

Network types

Leaseweb offers two network choices for your server—Premium and Volume, each with its own strong points.

Both Volume and Premium have the same network architecture and are fully redundant.

Depending on the service you're hosting, this article can help you to decide which one is most suitable.

Premium network

The Premium network offers multiple quality Tier 1 transit providers, as well as private and public peering.

 Additionally, the Premium network includes a Service Level Agreement. For more information, please refer to our Legal page (Support and Service Level Schedule - Chapter D)

Volume network

The Volume network offers one or more default Tier1 transit provider and selected peering connections, and is engineered to provide a cost-efficient solution to high bandwidth needs.


Availability matrix

Service / Network

Premium

Volume

Volume Aggregation

Series Bare Metal server

Yes

Yes

No

Custom-built Bare Metal server

Yes

Yes

Yes

Virtual server

Yes

No

N/A

Premium virtual server

Yes

No

N/A

Colocated server

Yes

Yes

Yes

Colocated rack

Yes

Yes

Yes

Capacity

Leaseweb's total core network capacity is currently 4.0 Tbps. This figure is growing constantly as the network is expanded and upgraded.

More information

More information regarding billing and surcharges can be found in this KB article: metering and billing
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