Welcome to the Internet eXchange Point Database 

New IXPs

IX-F ID Name City Country Association
744 CIXP (CERN Internet eXchange Point) Geneva CH Euro-IX
743 Northern New England Neutral Internet Exchange Portland US
742 Test Euro-IX
256 OIX (Oregon Internet Exchange) Eugene US
512 NAP CABASE - Mendoza (NAP CABASE - Mendoza) Mendoza AR
1 LINX LON1 London GB
257 CoreSite - Any2 Denver / RMIX Denver (CoreSite - Any2 Denver / RMIX Denver) Denver US
513 NAP CABASE - Neuquén (NAP CABASE - Neuquén) Neuquén AR
2 AMS-IX Amsterdam NL
258 SD-NAP (San Diego Network Access Point) San Diego US


For IXPs

For Networks

The IX-F Member Export is an agreed and standardized JSON schema which allows IXPs to make their member lists available for consumption by tools and database such as the IXPDB, PeeringDB, networks with automated peering managers, prospective members and the many other tools appearing in the peering eco-system. The key element of the IX-F Member Export is it makes you, the individual IXP, the canonical trusted source for data about your own IXP. Data that is guaranteed to be correct and up to date.

The IX-F Member Export should be your goto reference for information and member lists about IXPs. The data available through each IXP's own IX-F Member Export guarantees to be correct and up to date. There simply is no other source of this information that is as accurate. In addition to each individual IXP's own export, we aggregate some data here.

More Information

To find out more about the JSON schema and see examples, you can use any of the public IXP end points available here or see the GitHub euro-ix/json-schemas repository.

Supported Schema Versions

This directory can parse, verify and accept IX-F Member Exports using any of the following versions of the schema:

Automated Processing

For automated processing, a list of all registered IXP Member Lists can be fetched as JSON from:


With the IXF-ID of an IXP, you can hot link to it using:

and replacing x with the IXF ID. This API call returns a redirect response to the IXP's own export endpoint.