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Re: Peering Table Question
- From: Alex Bligh
- Date: Wed Apr 19 13:07:52 2000
> One shouldn't necessarily believe any third-party web
FWIW the LINX peering table is generated from the RA database.
Nothing magic about it. So it's exactly as believable as the
relevant two party's entries in the RA (i.e. not always
believable). Where the two parties entries are out of sync,
it adds a '?'.
I believe LINX has put the code for it in the public domain.
Please note it does *not* indicate the peering is at the
exchange point concerned, nor that it is a peering, rather
than a transit relationship.
VP Core Network, Concentric Network Corporation
(formerly GX Networks, Xara Networks)