Category: Connectivity

Tech Tip: Transit vs Transport

The term “transit” most often refers to IP transit, where you’re paying a third party to reach all other networks besides your own. This is usually what we call Ip and operates at Layer 3 of the OSI model.  This is the “IP” in TCP/IP. The term “transport” is more loaded – it refers to physical layer technologies. Things such as Ethernet, leased lines, waves, and other technologies to “transport”  the IP from one place […]