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Connecting to the cloud via a private interconnection can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. In this blog, we will simplify the solution by abstracting the individual components that are common to interconnecting to all major cloud service providers (CSPs).
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IP peering is a mutual exchange of data between two ISPs, and the amount of data exchanged is typically close to equal. The respective ISPs do not charge for this arrangement as both parties benefit equally — this is known as settlement-free, and it simply means that neither ISP will pay the other under an agreement. IP transit is when one entity pays another for the right to transit its upstream network. In this arrangement, one entity is