The IPV6 traffic explosion is still unknown. The market needs to adapt various service aspects to the new protocol, while the exhaustion of IPV4 addresses is already a reality.
Instead of assigning public addresses to individual users, the managed CGNAT service enables a single public IPV4 address to be shared among a much larger number of end users with private IPV4 addresses.
Our Managed Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT) Service is a solution that enables our Internet Transit customers to deal with the exhaustion of IPV4 addresses by saving addresses.
There is a short-term risk for operators and ISPs due to the depletion of addresses, and any solution to address this issue will incur costs.
Our Managed CGNAT Service simplifies the process of developing a CGNAT solution on our clients’ networks. Customers can hire this service when they need it and for as long as they need it, without the need to make any investment in network infrastructure.
With our Managed CGNAT solution, clients can implement a NAT44 solution on their network without the need to risk making large investments with uncertain return prospects.
In addition, customers will benefit from TELXIUS experience in deploying global solutions on our international network, leveraging our know-how in terms of architecture, operational models and the potential risks associated with a solution like CGNAT.
Our Managed CGNAT Service enables you to adopt a strategy of saving IPV4 addresses whilst keeping implementation costs low and avoiding the need to deploy infrastructure on your own network. You can thus use it until the Internet is ready for IPV6.
This solution enables you to redirect traffic from a certain number of users with private addresses to the CGNAT computer, which is integrated into our international network, where it will be translated to public IPv4 addresses in order to access the Internet.
The service also enables our clients to see the relationship between public and private IPs by means of a simple online interface, by simply entering the date, the public IP address and the port, thus enabling them to meet the legal requirements of each country with regard to the identification of end users.
We guarantee a premium quality service thanks to strict monitoring and management of our network 24×7 via our International Network Management Centre.
The service provides availability, packet loss and Internet transit delay SLAs.
- CPE: Customer Premises Equipment
- DWDM: Dense Wavelenght Division Multiplexing
- EoSDH: Ethernet on SDH
- EPL: Ethernet Private Line
- EVPL: Ethernet Virtual Private Line
- Gbps: Gigabit per second
- GCE: Global Carrier Ethernet
- MPLS: Multi Protocol Label Switching
- NOC: Network Operation Center
- POP: Point of Presence
- SDH: Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
- SLA: Service Level Agreement
- SONET: Synchronous Optical Network
- Tbps: Terabit per second (1012 bps)
- UNI: User Network Interface
- VLAN: Virtual Local Area Network
- ARIN: American Registry for Internet Numbers
- BGP: Border Gateway Protocol
- CGNAT: Carrier Grade Network Address Translation
- DDOS: Distributed Denial of Service
- ISP: Internet Service Provider
- IXP: Internet eXchange Point
- LACNIC: Latin America and Caribbean Network Information Centre
- PTT/NAP: Network Access Point
- RIPE NCC: Réseaux IP Européens Network Coordination Centre
- SLA: Service Level Agreement
- STI: Service Internet Transit