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List of members at LAAP ?? Re: AP IX locations

  • From: John M. Brown
  • Date: Mon Sep 30 18:20:34 2002

Going to the LAAP website yields no list of members.  

Does someone have a current list.

AS20144 would be willing to peer with reasonable folks at the LAAP
but lacking a list (and yes its been asked for in the past with no 
reply) we don't know who is there.

John Brown
Member of the Peering coordinators team for AS20144



On Mon, Sep 30, 2002 at 01:00:33PM -0700, Celeste Anderson wrote:
> 
> Paul, et al.
> 
> As I have responded privately to to others offlist, while MAE-LA has
> withered, the other half of the exchange in LA (LAAP - www.laap.net)
> run by the University of Southern California is still active.  The
> Telehouse LA facility is interconnected to the LAAP exchange and there
> are other things in the offing that I am not at liberty to disclose
> today, but will be rolled out in the very near future (press releases
> being prepared as I write).
> 
> So yes, there are viable options in the Los Angeles area for AP
> carriers to exchange traffic with other entities here and vice versa.
> 
> Celeste Anderson
> LAAP Operations Manager (among other things)
> USC/ISI
> celeste@isi.edu
> 
> ------- Forwarded Message
> 
> Date:    29 Sep 2002 06:08:40 -0000
> From:    Paul Vixie <vixie@vix.com>
> To:      nanog@merit.edu
> Subject: Re: AP IX locations
> 
> 
> > >I would confirm GM's assertion.  Also, if you have the luxury of caring
> > >more about a smaller set of large-capacity Tier1 private peers, there is
> > >some presence of AsiaPac providers doing this at Equinix SJ.
> > 
> > Actually Equinix-Los Angeles has more Asian based Networks coming in for 
> > turn-up in October than any other region from details gathered this 
> > week.  Chunghwa is in as of this week.  SingTel, Japan Telecom, Hanaro, are 
> > on track for peer-ready in October.  DACOM is considering, etc.
> 
> so what does that make telehouse-la after all these years... chopped liver?
> there have been Plenty of asian isp's in los angeles for Quite a while now.
> 
> there also seems to be a PAIX switch inside 1 Wilshire now.  (mfn's chap.11
> filing having sawn off any hope we had of opening PAIX-LA.)
> - -- 
> Paul Vixie
> 
> ------- End of Forwarded Message
> 




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