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Re: Exchanges that matter...

  • From: Scott Huddle
  • Date: Fri Dec 06 16:30:40 1996

"Alex.Bligh" <amb@xara.net> wrote
> > I think that what Alex really should say 'No'.  What he saying is
> > that for Xara UK-sourced traffic is split like this:
> > 	50%	is sent to UK peers at the LINX in London
> > 	40%	goes to the USA
> > 	10%	goes to dGIX in Stockholm
> > 
> Doh! Yes. Must get reading lessons. Missed the word "remaining".

So none of the traffic from Xara goes back out to Xara customers?!

> Currently I have no foolproof way to differentiate traffic that
> goes over the LINX destined for in UK and outside UK. There's
> some work going on to build a list of UK ASes to this end (amongst
> others) but it hasn't been done yet.

Quite agreed this is hard stuff, thus my interest :)

> Jim is quite right (except it works bidirectionally).

Do you see symmetrical flows in and out of the country or do you
see more inbound that outbound?

-scott
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