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Re: BBN Peering issues

  • From: Robert Bowman
  • Date: Fri Aug 14 15:44:20 1998

I believe he meant private interconnect. 

As you know, Sprint's contracts strictly forbid discussing 
interconnection points in any detail by either party.

> 
> 
> | I checked before doing so, and I checked once again in light of your
> | allegation. And, according to Exodus, this *IS* a PX.
> 
> If by PX you mean "public exchange point", then Sprint is
> being unusually inconsistent with its naming, numbering, and
> topology conventions.
> 
> I'm curious as to which exchange point it is, if that in fact is
> what PX means.
> 
> Of course, whatever type of connection it is, I'm curious about
> the fact that packets are always drawn towards this one connection.
> Are there others?  If so, are they down or something?
> 
> 	Sean. (wondering why Sprint would give away a single free T3)
> 





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