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- From: Kevin Facinelli
- Date: Tue Jun 19 17:52:33 2001
You may want to take a look at the resource
www.colosource.com they have an online free directory
of over 500 different colocation providers organized
by state and area-code.
Just an Idea..............
--- Ask Bjoern Hansen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> We're looking around for a new colocation provider
> for aroudn
> ~100Mbit traffic. (Not much for the average NANOG
> participant I'm
> sure, but that's what we've got ... :-) )
> Level3 are giving us a pretty good quote; and all
> their competitors'
> sales bozos ramble on about how they're "second
> tier" and bla bla
> What's the (technical) truth? Does Level3 have
> decent connectivity
> (primarily from their colos in the Bay Area and Los
> Angeles). From
> what traceroutes and such I can do it looks just
> fine and Yahoo
> wouldn't be using them if they sucked that badly,
> Any gotchas we should be aware of about Level3?
> FWIW, the other facilities we're looking at are
> Digital Island and
> Any others that would be recommended?
> Any insight would be greatly appreciated. If you
> answer offlist then
> I can summarize later in the week. (Without your
> name if you'd
> prefer that).
> - ask
> ask bjoern hansen, http://ask.netcetera.dk/ !try;
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