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Sever Information

Complete Web Resource has servers at two locations in the United States.

The reason for doing this is that the closer the customer is to the servers, the faster their pages will load.

This page describes the connectivity in use at each location. 

Connectivity (USA - Pennsylvania)

The network is connected via Gigabit/OC12 (1000/622 mbps) fiber connections to Commonwealth Telephone™ (CTSI™), NorthEast PA's 2nd largest Telco, and XO™ Communications (pending).

Verizon™ (Formerly Bell Atlantic PA) and PPL Telcom™, (a sub-division of Pennsylvania Power & Electric™ - PPL™) fiber is also available in the facility.

The network currently connects POPs (Points of Presence) in Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, & Philadelphia, with others to be completed shortly. Transit is provided via Gigabit Ethernet (1000mbps) from Level3™, BTN Access™, Cogent™, XO™ Communications, & Global Crossing™ (pending). For redundancy, BurstNET™ is currently running BGP4 (border gateway routing protocol) to maintain the speed and uptime. If one backbone line goes down, it will balance the load to the other(s). If one line gets congested, it will load balance the traffic.


Connectivity (USA - Virginia)

In Virginia we have servers on the Servint network. The Servint backbone is connected through GNAPS (Global NAPs Networks) to several other locations including Equinix where it peers with major networks and has transit connections. The GNAPS backbone is an expansion of the backbone built by ServInt from 1997-2001. It has been expanded by GNAPS to operate on full OC-48 connections, and to include transit to UUNet and AT&T.

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