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RE: SBC/AT&T + Verizon/MCI Peering Restrictions
- From: Wayne Gustavus (nanog)
- Date: Thu Nov 03 13:50:48 2005
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> Sent: Wednesday, November 02, 2005 2:18 PM
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> Subject: Re: SBC/AT&T + Verizon/MCI Peering Restrictions
> like to point out for the record that none of the
> recent depeering battles have involved any RBOCs...
Which makes sense when you consider much of the current traffic flows.
It gets even more interesting when you look at the fast-increasing
number of fat FiOS pipes. When you take
(edonkey/kazaa/ptp-du-jour)+FiOS you get a network of distributed
Reference the earlier post about broadband getting a lot less
interesting w/o the content. Well this rings true when you weigh the
traffic load of 100K's of users poking around in a portal vs. 100K's of
users 'shopping' for music & movies!
Wayne Gustavus, CCIE #7426
IP Operations Support
Verizon Internet Services
"Can you ping me now? Good!"