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Re: peering wars revisited? PSI vs Exodus

  • From: Forrest W. Christian
  • Date: Tue Apr 04 19:12:12 2000

On Tue, 4 Apr 2000, Vijay Gill wrote:

> exodus still appears to be seeing psinet blocks.

Yes, but a more appropriate look would be:

route-server.exodus.net>sh ip bgp 38.0.0.0
BGP routing table entry for 38.0.0.0/8, version 8111131
Paths: (8 available, best #1)
  Not advertised to any peer
  1239 174, (aggregated by 174 38.1.3.41)
    209.1.220.41 from 209.1.220.41 (209.1.220.41)
      Origin IGP, localpref 1000, valid, internal, atomic-aggregate, best    
(All the rest have identical paths)

AS 1239 is sprint.

HOWEVER, something is fishy here.   I remember from the last exodus go
around that exodus at that point was paying (I believe) the circuit costs
and (definately) NOT doing outbound hot-potato routing (I.E. they were
carrying the traffic cross-country both ways).  If this is still their
standard policy, then I'm not sure why psi would pull the plug.   Now, if
PSI was paying for the DS3's....  That's a different story.

- Forrest W. Christian (forrestc@imach.com) KD7EHZ
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