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Re: Network for Sale
- From: Adrian Chadd
- Date: Tue Feb 20 10:46:44 2001
On Tue, Feb 20, 2001, Paul Vixie wrote:
> nanog@Overkill.EnterZone.Net (John Fraizer) writes:
> > Beyond that, I'm _REALLY_ sick of people pissing and moaning about NAPS
> > being congestion points. If you're so tired of the exchange point being
> > slow, INVEST IN MAKING IT FASTER!!!!! ...
> That's what PAIX did. And Equinix for that matter. Exchange points aren't
> slow, though I admit that some of the ATM-based exchanges have hit their
> scaling limit. Exchange points based on Ethernet with rich PNI opportunities
> literally do not have scaling limits.
I'm curious - has anyone performed a study of the BGP convergence
times at NAPs? I mean, all those private interconnects are good and
fine and all, but with the existing BGP implementations in vendor
equipment today, I can see the BGP convergence as this big matrix
of relationships of BGP performance of peers routers.
On the same breath, why aren't people using route-servers at NAPs?
Adrian Chadd "Romance novel?"
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