Layer 2 Transport provides a virtual circuit between two locations on Hurricane Electric's global network using ethernet.
What transport speed connections do you offer?
Gigabit Ethernet or Gige (1000 Mbps, which equals 1 Gbps) 10 Gigabit Ethernet or 10GE (10 Gbps) For requirements past 10 Gbps, we bond 10GE ports together to create a Nx10 Gbps logical pipe.
Can I pass my own VLANs over this service?
What are some examples of how this service is typically used?
To build your network, by connecting between two of your own routers in different cities.
To connect two of your storage LANs, by connecting between two of your own switches in different facilities.
To connect to an exchange point, by connecting one of your routers to a remote exchange.
To provide service to an enterprise customer or to connect to a provider, by connecting from one of your routers to a remote datacenter on Hurricane Electric's network.
What locations can I get transport between?
Any Hurricane Electric core router location in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, or the Middle East.
What are your core router locations?
A list of our core router locations may be found at the bottom of this page: http://he.net/ip_transit.html
Where can I find a network map?
A network map of our Internet backbone may be found at http://he.net/HurricaneElectricNetworkMap.pdf