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Re: Comments or suggestions required Internap FCP 500 vs. OER
- From: Christopher McCrory
- Date: Thu Nov 10 17:35:00 2005
On Wed, 2005-11-09 at 22:12 -0500, Matt Buford wrote:
> In general, I'm skeptical that it is really providing much of a performance
> boost. However, it does a good job at balancing traffic levels and that is
> the main value we get from the product. It was basically a "fire and
> forget" system. Once installed, we were able to just forget about traffic
> engineering and only touch things when adding/removing a link (or for
> special situations like manually routing around bad paths).
> If you'd like technical information about how it works or the potential
> scaling issues that can result let me know what you're interested in and I
> can expand a bit.
Can you expand a bit on how it dealt with the Level3 meltdown last
"The^W One of the guys that keeps the servers running"
Let's face it, there's no Hollow Earth, no robots, and
no 'mute rays.' And even if there were, waxed paper is
no defense. I tried it. Only tinfoil works.