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Connect to Lineserve’s service within or beyond your existing coverage and enjoy a scalable IP solution tailored for your business. Committed to delivering optimal performance, we provide IPv4 and IPv6 internet connectivity designed for reliability, scalability, and efficiency. Clients can benefit from Lineserve’s IP Transit Services by either colocating their servers in our secure data centers or leasing dedicated servers from us. Regardless of your IT infrastructure requirements, you will establish direct connections with our esteemed network infrastructure partners.

With connection speeds ranging from 100 Mbps to 10 Gbps, all on a dedicated uplink, your company will establish connections with clients and employees faster than ever before. With 22 data center locations, you can achieve the connection speeds essential for your business, no matter where you are based!

What Is IP Transit?

IP transit is straightforward—it enables one IP address to reach another IP address, traversing from an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or an IP Service Provider to the broader internet outside the ISP’s jurisdiction. Lineserve’s high-speed IP address service (IP Transit) ensures low latency and minimal hops, facilitating swift navigation to your desired destinations.

All our IP Services come with a 100% Network Uptime Guarantee and include:

  • 24/7/365 Network Monitoring
  • Carrier Neutral Hosting
  • Full BGP Support to 300+ bandwidth providers
  • Direct cross-connections to any providers with direct access to One Wilshire
  • Flexible block sizes to meet network needs
  • Aggregate 95th percentile billing

Lineserve offers the network speed, availability, and top-tier nodes, hops, and ranges needed for successful business operations.

What Is an Internet Protocol (IP) Address?

The Internet Protocol (IP) is a network protocol used by both private and public networks to facilitate communication between devices. IP addresses, unique 8-bit numbers assigned to devices, guide information flow within a network. Think of your IP address as the internet-capable device’s home address, facilitating the “mailing” of information. There are two IP addressing standards: IPv4 (widely used) and IPv6 (poised to replace IPv4 as space runs out).

What Is the Border Gateway Protocol?

The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) serves as an inter-autonomous system routing protocol, exchanging local routing information between different Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Essentially the Internet’s GPS, BGP directs your requests to their desired locations across the vast network of networks.

What Is IP Traceroute?

IP Traceroute is a diagnostic tool used to identify connectivity issues or slow internet performance. By performing a traceroute, you gain a detailed view of the packet’s route from one network system to another, helping diagnose and resolve connectivity problems effectively.

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