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RE: Sprint peering policy
- From: E.B. Dreger
- Date: Thu Jun 27 15:20:39 2002
RD> Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 14:57:59 -0400 (EDT)
RD> From: Ralph Doncaster
RD> I know Sprint won't peer with anyone small. I said in my
RD> inital post I don't stand a chance - but who knows, at the
RD> rate OC48 prices are dropping maybe next year I will meet the
RD> requirements. Attention K-Mart shoppers, WorldCom OC48's on
RD> sale in isle 5. ;-)
Or, like Daniel mentioned, you could focus on those where you
stand a chance of peering. Note that traffic requirements mean
the more you peer with little guys, the harder it will be to peer
with their upstreams.
Pick a strategy and run with it. Being a broadband provider in
SE Canada, I suggest sniffing out public peering in NYC and CHI
for a start. IIRC, Hotmail and Y! are at AADS and will peer with
most anyone -- there's a good chunk of traffic. Now Akamaize
your network if you haven't already.
It's fun to talk about infrastructure, but there comes a time
where you draw the line, deciding what is real and what isn't...
Brotsman & Dreger, Inc. - EverQuick Internet Division
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Date: Mon, 21 May 2001 11:23:58 +0000 (GMT)
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