Connect physical servers, virtual servers, and other equipment over a private and secure network or networks. Our Local Network is an ideal solution for quickly and easily creating simple or complex infrastructures from your Selectel services.
Isolate mission-critical servers in a private VLAN. By preventing public network access, your data remains secure.
Deploy up to 4000 private VLANs with Q-in-Q technology to isolate server groups, monitor access, and protect your data.
Configure systems based on your business requirements. Integrate all of your Selectel services in your infrastructure: bare metal servers, VPC, network equipment, and more.
For maximum protection, you can use proxy servers and firewalls to limit network access.
Host backup infrastructures in geographically distributed data centers.
With our VLAN to Outsider Operator service, you can plug in to an existing enterprise network.
1 Equipment from the world’s leading manufacturers: Juniper Networks and Brocade.
2 Modern high-performance switches with 1/10/40GE ports. Local network connections use MC-LAG to reduce downtime. 10GBase optic ports instead of standard copper connections reduce network lag 50-70x.
3 Local network bandwidth within a data center: 2.8 Tbps. Local network bandwidth between data centers: 160 Gbps (with possible 2x increase).
4 Redundant dedicated channel between St. Petersburg and Moscow. We use different fiber-optic cables to back up the St. Petersburg - Moscow path. The St. Petersburg - Moscow local network redundancy is implemented using Multihoming VPLS.
Which Selectel services can be integrated with Local Network?
Can I connect equipment in different data centers in a Local Network?
Of course. This can be realized with the Local Network between Locations and Local Network Between Regions services.
How fast is data transferred within a local network?
There are no restrictions or limits on transfer speeds or traffic volume within a network. Dedicated servers and servers in colocation can be connected via 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps ports with an optional MC-LAG connection.
Can I use a Local Network to connect one server to multiple VLANs?
Q-in-Q technology (IEEE 802.1ad) lets you interact with up to 4000 isolated networks, and each server can be connected to however many of these as necessary.