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Re: Peering BOF VI at NANOG

  • From: ren
  • Date: Tue Jan 21 12:11:49 2003


And for those attending the Gigabit Peering Forum in Los Angeles following NANOG, please drop me a line <ren@sbc.com> if you can make the dinner out in Malibu at http://www.gladstones.com on the 12th.

Cheers, -ren

At 08:16 AM 1/10/2003 -0800, William B. Norton wrote:

Hi all -

If you are not a Peering Coordinator attending NANOG 27 then you needn't read any further.

The 6th Peering BOF at NANOG will be held Monday night and focuses on helping Peering Coordinators make contact with other Peering Coordinators using "Peering Personals." We solicit Peering Coordinators (via this e-mail), asking them to characterize their networks and peering policies in general ways ("content heavy" or "access (eyeball) -heavy," "Multiple Points Required" or "Will Peer anywhere," "Peering with Content OK," etc.). From the answers we will select a set of ISP Peering Coordinators to present a 2-3 minute description of their network, what they look for in a peer, etc., allowing the audience to put a face with the name of the ISP. At the end of the Peering BOF, Peering Coordinators will have time to speak with Peering Coordinators of ISPs they seek to interconnect with. The expectation is that these interactions will lead to the Peering Negotiations stage, the first step towards a more fully meshed and therefore resilient Internet.

If you are a Peering Coordinator and wish to participate in this BOF, please fill out the following form and e-mail it to wbn@equinix.com with Subject: Peering BOF VI .


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Name:
Title:
Company:
AS#:

Check each that applies:
___ We are an ISP (sell access to the Internet)
-- OR --
___ We are a Non-ISP (content company, etc.)
___ We are Content-Heavy
-- OR --
___ We are Access-Heavy
___ Peering with Content Players or Content Heavy ISPs is OK by us
___ We generally require peering in multiple locations
___ We will peer with anyone in any single location
___ We have huge volumes of traffic (lots of users and/or lots of content)
(huge: > 1 Gbps total outbound traffic to peers and transit providers)
___ We have a global network
___ We require Contracts for Peering
Current Peering Locations: _______________________
Planned (3-6 mos) Peering Locations: _______________________________

See you in Phoenix!

Bill

PS - This form is also on the NANOG web page at:
http://www.nanog.org/mtg-0302/norton.html

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William B. Norton <wbn@equinix.com> 650.315.8635
Co-Founder and Chief Technical Liaison Equinix, Inc.






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