Crossover7: almost like Fiber7 (1Gbps), but on the LiteXchange platform from Litecom. Crossover7 uses DHCP to address the IP addresses. This allows a fixed IPv4 address per port, but not a /29 subnet. IPv6 is supported. Please contact us directly by e-mail. Backhaul capacities can be overbooked (not everywhere has a 10 Gigabit link).
Hybrid7: 1 or 10 Gbit/s, based on Swisscom's BBCS platform.
Copper7: DSL & FTTS (Fiber-to-the-Street) (ADSL, VDSL, Vectoring or, G.Fast) based on copper line and the BBCS platform. The technically achievable bandwidth corresponds to that of the respective Swisscom offer at the outlet location. A static /48 IPv6 network is included free of charge for all Copper7 and Hybrid7 subscriptions.
Hybrid7 & Copper7 use PPPoE with radius to assign the IP addresses. This enables one or more fixed IPv4 addresses (/29 subnet), as well as IPv6 (/48).
The IPv4 address is part of our AS13030 backbone - not a Carrier-Grade-NAT address like with other providers.
A fixed IPv4 or a /29 subnet are available for an additional charge. A static IPv6 /48 network is included free of charge. The addressing is done via DHCPv6-PD prefix delegation.
Fixed IPv4 addresses are available at extra cost:
1 fixed IPv4 address
CHF 20.-/month (suitable for: Fiber7, Crossover7, Hybrid7, Copper7)
/29 IPv4 subnet
CHF 60.-/month (suitable for: Fiber7, Hybrid7, Copper7)
Optimal ping times, transparent routing and an open peering policy make Fiber7 the kind of internet offer there always should have been.