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- From: tozz
- Date: Fri Oct 13 09:27:51 2000
That's not true...
The crossroads product doesn't limit you to other crossroads customers. You
can send traffic intra-gateway, to customers at other L3 gateways and offnet
(transit). You're billed at different rates based on destination to make it and
advantage to keep traffic on net.
> It's cheap ($160/meg I've heard) and you can only talk to others in the
> On Thu, 12 Oct 2000, Simon Lockhart wrote:
> > >I am doing some research on connecting in Miami. Does anyone have an
> > >opinion on how well L3 Xroads is doing there?
> > Is the L3 Xroads much more than just a novel way to sell transit? I know
> > L3 try to promote it as a "peering point" a-like, but I'm not convinced.
> > Simon
> > --
> > Simon Lockhart | Tel: +44 (0)1737 839676
> > Internet Engineering Manager | Fax: +44 (0)1737 839516
> > BBC Internet Services | Email: Simon.Lockhart@bbc.co.uk
> > Kingswood Warren,Tadworth,Surrey,UK | URL: http://support.bbc.co.uk/