Third Party Exchange is yet another way of creating an interconnect connection with Twilio. By utilizing the 3rd party Exchange option, our customers can connect to Twilio's infrastructure from a 3rd party provider (Currently supported: ECX, Megaport, Epsilon & Packet Fabric) to create a Cross Connect connection. This is extremely advantageous for customers that have their calling infrastructure hosted in the cloud and would like to maintain their existing provider. In order to do this, you/your provider and Twilio will have to configure our respective network components.
The addresses have to be public IPs - as opposed to [RFC 1918](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1918) address ranges - to avoid conflicts with other networks that Twilio platform is peered with. In other words, your IP addresses have to be outside of the following ranges:
Assuming that your provider (Third Party) can extend a circuit for you from the location where you are connecting to them to an Equinix exchange location, this process is very similar to Cross Connect.
Let your Twilio on-boarding contact know your:
- Desired connection location
- Required bandwidth
Twilio configures your 3rd Party Exchange connection
Your on-boarding contact will let you know when provisioning is complete.
Allow traffic from Twilio to your network.
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