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Re: mbone/NSFnet migration (fwd)
- From: bmanning
- Date: Thu Oct 20 10:53:37 1994
- Posted-date: Thu, 20 Oct 1994 07:52:43 -0700 (PDT)
> I would rather see a discussion of the estimated load at the NAPs.
Rat-hole !!! (of course this is a tasty topic all by itself. I think
there will be some discussion of this in Curtis and Johns presentations)
I am uncomfortable even w/ 100Mbps broadcast media exchanges. We might be
safe w/ 155Mbps P/P exchanges.
> Consider the worst possible migration sequence where (I'm guessing)
> BARRNet, NC-REN, NEARnet and Sesquinet transition first. What will be the
> forecast load at the NAPs? Is the calculation quick enough to run
> for all 2^9 splits of the MCInet customers? (Assume Sprintlink customers
> and other connectivity havn't moved yet)
I think that MCI is collecting data on this now.
> What is the timeline for direct MCInet connections to other
> interconnects/providers (FIX, MAE, ICM, etc). Is this traffic going to transit
> ANS in the interim?
Elise will speak to this it think.
> BTW: I have "the mother of all colds", and may not be able to make the meeting.
> I hope the mbone broadcast makes it...
Sorry to hear it.
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