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Re: BBN Peering issues
How is this differnt than the case with Sprint? At 12:59 PM 8/12/98 -0400, [email protected] wrote: > >Depending on who gives in first, and when. > >If Exodus breaks down and purchases connectivity from someone to get to >BBN, then obviously is will not effect BBN in the slightest. If Exodus >buys BBN routes from someone other than BBN (sprint, mci), then it gets >quite funny; more PX's or MAE's get overloaded with traffic that was >privately between Exodus and BBN, and BBN has caused one of its >competitors (MCI/Sprint/whoever Exodus ends up buying from (if they do)) >to gain more revunue flow. > >Considering that BBN is the one who cut peering with Exodus, I presume >Exodus will have a bad taste in thier mouth, and not buy from BBN (I could >guess that BBN assumed this also). > >With all this in mond, BBN, IMHO, made a horrendously poor choice. > >BBN, turning peering into a boys club. ___________________________________________________ Roeland M.J. Meyer, ISOC (InterNIC RM993) e-mail: <mailto:[email protected]>[email protected] Internet phone: hawk.mhsc.com Personal web pages: <http://www.mhsc.com/~rmeyer>www.mhsc.com/~rmeyer Company web-site: <http://www.mhsc.com/>www.mhsc.com/ ___________________________________________ SecureMail from MHSC.NET is coming soon!