Connect two network nodes with KPN Wholesale Backhaul

A backhaul connection is the perfect solution for you if you require a connection between two of your network nodes. You can also use this service to connect your network to international network systems through which you connect your customers to the World Wide Web. The service comes with a bandwidth/speed of up to 10 Gbps.

The service is available with redundant connections, so you are always guaranteed automatic rerouting in the event of technical failure and communication between your network nodes will not be interrupted.

Backhaul connections are managed and monitored on a 24/7 basis. There are various types of backhaul services available, all of which provide nationwide coverage.

  • Managed 24/7
  • High bandwidths
  • Available throughout the Netherlands

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You will find further information about the above topics below. Many of the documents are only available in the Dutch language. In case you need the information in English please contact KPN Wholesale.

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20160713_WEAS (Glas + Koper)_Hersteltijden_V 1.0 (13-07-2016)

20160713_WEAS (Glas)_Leverbetrouwbaarheid_V 1.0 (13-07-2016)

20151113_WBA Beschrijving Migratie Binnenringen en Vectorisatie voor WSOs 2015_v2 (18-11-2015)

20140731_WBA_PtP Expertsessie 17 juli 2014_FAQ (31-07-2014)

20140717_WBA_PtP Expertsessie_v03 (25-07-2014)

20140709_Expertsessie_WBA_08_jul_2014_versie_005 (09-07-2014)

Toelichting errorcodes CIP (30-07-2012)

Specificaties Handshake (15-06-2012)

Specificaties CIP (15-06-2012)

DWDM Backhaul-Trunk Dienstbeschrijving versie februari 2021 (geldig vanaf 01-02-2021) (27-11-2020)

DWDM Backhaul-Trunk Dienstbeschrijving versie 01-2017 (27-01-2017)

Wholesale Huurlijnen Raamovereenkomst v1.2 (geldig vanaf 11-12-2015) (11-12-2015)

DWDM available types and benefits, version 02-2021 (27-11-2020)

DWDM Voordelen en varianten NL versie 02-2021 (27-11-2020)