TPG IP VPN

TPG's Internet Protocol Virtual Private Network (IP VPN) service provides a fully meshed any-to-any network between locations.

Benefits

Highly secure

Security is based on the RFC4364 standard, using MPLS to deliver security comparable with a traditional private network, but leveraging the cost efficiencies available from modern technologies.

High performance

Access is available from 100Mbps to 10Gbps.

Range of Access technologies

Leveraging TPG's high performance national backbone and extensive local fibre and copper network, TPG's IP VPN is a flexible and secure choice for business-wide area networking.

TPG's IP VPN is a Layer 3 network based on Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) built on state-of-the-art, carrier-grade infrastructure and provides reliable and scalable connectivity for even the most demanding business requirements. This is the perfect platform to converge data, voice and video traffic; and the any-to-any topology lets you connect any number of locations efficiently and cost effectively. 

 

You can intelligently prioritise your traffic with 6 Classes of Service (CoS) available in 4 Quality of Service (QoS) packages:

  1. Best Effort (BE) Only: all traffic is carried in the Best Effort CoS
  2. Business Data (BD) Only: a simple business-grade CoS providing delivery assurance
  3. Simple QoS: Access to all 6 CoS, with a combination of pre-determined priority queuing and weighted round-robin traffic handling
  4. Flexible QoS: flexible customer defined bandwidth per CoS

 

Available across Australia via TPG's 400+ points of presence, access is available via Fibre400, xDSL, Mid-Band Ethernet (copper) and Ethernet over fibre up to 10Gbps.

 

Specifications
Access Networks Fibre400/1000
TPG Ethernet Access
Third Party Ethernet Access
NBN Bitstream
Network Footprint Australia-wide - global on request
Bandwidth 100Mbps-10Gbps (Access >100Mbps subject to site qualification Bandwidth will depend on the Access speed)
Interfaces Ethernet 10/100/1000/10000 (other options available on request)
Quality of Service Six (6) Classes of Service, from Real Time through to Best Effort. DiffServ/DSCP marking as defined in RFC 2474. Prioritisation via FIFO, WRR or WRED. 
Reporting Service availability, network utilisation and Quality of Service performance
Service Management TPG Managed or Customer Managed (bandwidth only)
Routing Protocols Static, BGP, RIPv2, HSRP, VRRP
How it works
How it works - IP VPPN