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Re: Peering problem with NSP
> Actually he reported that he did ask you for information and his take on > the information was that it made no sense, hence he asked us...IMHO that's > a reasonable thing to do. To me it looks like your trying to spin the > event now, this post has a quite different tone and information than the > first you made here. It makes it hard to take you seriously...but it > was hard to take the whole thing seriously from the first post...it still > makes no sense that you won't guarantee routing for him unless he makes > you his primary provider. It sounds like you're just trying to tie him > up. He did not deny routing, he denied the availability of providing full routes. There's a difference. If he's getting a connection from Sprintlink, he can only accept the routes that he wants, and can then default through fONOROLA, and thereby load balance. I don't think that looks anything like denial of service. It may not be the preferred method, but it certainly doesn't make them unusable. Dave -- Dave Siegel President, RTD Systems & Networking, Inc. (520)623-9663 Systems Consultant -- Unix, LANs, WANs, Cisco [email protected] User Tracking & Acctg -- "Written by an ISP, http://www.rtd.com/ for an ISP."