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Re: Multicast Traffic on Backbones
- From: Marshall Eubanks
- Date: Wed Jun 13 15:52:56 2001
Christopher Johnston wrote:
> Intermedia Business Internet has been running multicast enabled for a couple
> of years now. It is an unsupported service that is freely available to all
> dedicated customers.
Glad to hear this !
Just for the record, you can see the full current list of participants in the multicast enabled Internet
This is updated dynamically serveral times per day.
> > On Sat, 9 Jun 2001, Deepak Jain wrote:
> > Don't know why I came across this, but I found a document on Sprintlink's
> > site that says their entire backbone is multicast enabled, and they also
> > peer with the MBONE for multicast traffic. They charge no fee for dedicated
> > customers to be multicast-enabled.
> > Are any other major networks doing this? Or have I been living under a rock
> > and _everyone_ is doing this now?
> > Thanks,
> > Deepak Jain
> > AiNET
> Christopher Johnston - email@example.com
> Manager, Tier III & Network Operations
> Intermedia Business Internet
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