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Technical description of the network "Kuzia"

Home Internet "Kuzya" is a trademark of the Ukrainian communication operator "NLine", founded in 2004.

NetAssist - participant of UA-IX, DTEL-IX, Giganet-IX traffic exchange points - Kyiv, Ukraine; DE-CIX, NL-IX - Frankfurt, Germany; AMS-IX - Amsterdam, the Netherlands; LU-CIX - Bettemburg (Luxembourg), PL-IX - Warsaw, Poland; B | IX, B-IX - Sofia, Bulgaria and DE-CIX - New York, USA.

We are a deeply integrated autonomous system in the world of the Internet (AS8772), conduct an open peer-to-peer policy, constantly monitor the routes of traffic to other networks, and constantly optimize these routes both in terms of speed and response time of another network.

NetAssist has its own direct connections to the world's largest operators and traffic exchange points, as well as the operator is directly connected to the two Tier-1 operators of the core Internet. In 2006, NetAssist was the first in Ukraine to connect to the next generation Internet, which is based on the new IPv6 Internet protocol.

NetAssist actively promotes the implementation of IPv6 in Ukraine, in particular, by supporting the publicly available 6to4 relay services in UA-IX and the only free IPv6 tunnel broker service in the CIS. The Kuzi network is based on Ethernet technology and does not require any additional devices on the subscriber side (modems, adapters, etc.). The backbone network uses the concept of FTTB (Fiber To The Building) - fiber to every home. Optical fibers from each house are connected to the central switch of the neighborhood. The houses have access level switches, to which subscribers are connected by means of twisted pair.

This technology allows to ensure high reliability and resistance of the network to various factors (power outages, thunderstorms), as there is no intermediate equipment between the central switch and individual houses, and twisted pair cable is used to connect subscribers.

Kuzia uses TenGigabit Ethernet (10 Gbps) and Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gb/s) technologies to transmit data over optical channels. Both Fast Ethernet (100 Mbps) and Gigabit Ethernet are used to connect subscribers, depending on the needs. Kuzia uses twisted pair cable, if necessary Kuza can connect the subscriber with a direct fiber-optic cable.

If you have any questions about the technical features of the connection - Kuzia technical support is really able to answer them!