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RE: Exchange Point member lists
- From: Jeb R. Linton
- Date: Tue Jul 10 13:32:02 2001
Yes, Mr. Norton's email and his process work was what made me wonder about
this. I figured that whether one uses his formal decision tree or an
informal process, we're all scrambling around for the same data to make the
If no one is aware of a list of members by EP to go with the list of Peering
Coordinators, I'll try to put something into a sharable form. Might end up
being useful for choosing which EPs to go into as well as where to go to
peer with someone.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
> Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2001 11:32 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Exchange Point member lists
> > I have a quick question for the group.
> > Has anyone attempted to keep a compiled list of major
> exchange points (incl.
> > NAPs) and their members? The information seems to be, by
> and large, freely
> > available at each EP website, but as far as I've seen each peering
> > coordinator compiles his own list of potential peers. I've
> just been doing
> > this myself, and it occurs to me that dozens of others must
> have gone
> > through the same effort.
> > Anyone have any information on such a list?
> > - Jeb Linton
> Bill Norton has his peering coordinator list.
> If you are at one of these exchanges, there is a nifty
> tool to check the registered contact.