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Re: Sprint peering policy
- From: E.B. Dreger
- Date: Sat Jun 29 11:16:09 2002
RAS> Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2002 10:19:07 -0400
RAS> From: Richard A Steenbergen
RAS> Think about it from the large tier 1's perspective. Lets say
RAS> you are Joe Sixpack ISP, and they peer with you in one
RAS> location. They now have to haul your traffic to and from
RAS> this one location, wasting expensive bandwidth on their
Do they? Or might they peer using routes from the local point?
Perhaps Little ISP in Denver would happily peer with Large
Provider for Denver routes only.
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