MyIX has installed the Ookla Speedtest server under its network, enabling users to conduct speed tests and monitor their internet connection quality in a neutral platform.
How to do it :
- Go to : https://www.speedtest.net/
- Click Change Server and search for MyIX
- Select Kuala Lumpur – MyIX as the server
- Press GO to test your internet speed
Multi-Lateral Peering Arrangements
MyIX has an open policy of interconnection between all MyIX members. Our goal is to help networks save money, reduce latency and improve routing efficiency and general connectivity of the Internet.
Multi-Lateral Peering Exchange
MLPE allows networks to securely exchange routing information with multiple peers. It automates peering for open networks by providing route servers for participants to exchange routing information with multiple peers. More here.
Network Monitoring System
Part of network management, our locally-produced NMS monitors the network for potential problems caused by overloaded or crashed servers, network connections or other devices. Users can also access information about utilization of member traffic. Information can be accessed through a login ID and password.
Network Operations Centre
Also known as a ‘Network Management Center’, NOC is a location from which network monitoring and control, or network management, is exercised over the telecommunication system. MyIX provides first-level support to customers 24/7. If you have a problem, contact us via email or phone.
Our Looking Glass servers offer access to routing infrastructure to help facilitate debugging network issues. Users can access it remotely and get real time information on backbone routing and network efficiency. Click here for remote access.
Resource Public Key Infrastructure
Also known as Resource Certification, RPKI is a specialized public key infrastructure designed to secure the Internet’s routing infrastructure, in particular the Border Gateway Protocol. RPKI allows us to control the operation of Internet routing protocols to prevent route hijacking and other attacks. More here.
Point of Presence
POP is a physical location where two or more networks share a connection. MyIX operates a distributed peering network across data centres in Malaysia.
- AIMS Data Centre, Kuala Lumpur
- CSF CX1, Cyberjaya
- KVDC, Cyberjaya
- CJ1, Cyberjaya
- AIMS, Cyberjaya
- Iskandar Puteri Core Date Centre, Johor Bahru
- Setia Commercial Centre, Kuching
|LX over SMF
|LR over SMF
|LR4 over SMF
- Price quoted in MYR.
- Price excludes government tax if any.
- Port price excludes cross connect and local loop if any.
For the latest port price, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org