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Re: Is anyone actually USING IP QoS?
In reply to message by Danny McPherson <[email protected]>: Danny, boy, who the hell are you? You certainly picked the wrong tree to bark at. Go ask someone who knows me (like Vab) to make sure i'm not a newbie and know what i'm talking about. >Ahh, I see. Everything sux, but give me cash (pun intended :-) and I'll give >you cold fusion. It only means that i do not want to discuss patentable things in a public forum. BTW, if you did a little bit of research you'd find that i was directly involved in building backbones in 50-something countries (including the first commercial T-3/OC-3 backbone) and founded few companies in backbone / router equipment space (and, yes, i did invent few things like terabit routers). > many to many, perhaps it does have it's challenges. one to many, it works > today. We have a different understanding of what constitutes "working". See also the comment about flying pigs. > Summary: It sux, I can't can't tell you why, but it just sux! I have no intention to deliver lectures on computer science here. Go buy a textbook and learn a thing or two on computational complexity. Then we can have a meaningful discussion. (As a side note - i find the ignorance of engineering professionals about basic facts of the underlying science quite alarming; i guess the american educational system puts too much emphasis on skills and too little on the broader cirriculum, particularly mathematics. The very fact that engineering people tend to dismiss logical conclusions as opinions, instead of trying to find flaws in the logic, is a clear indicator of the absymal state of overall comprehension of the scientific methodology). > However, if he sends enough mail to NANOG, he'll likely find someone to fund > even shoving a rocket up a dogs ass :-) My last startup raised $23M and is doing fine (www.pluris.com), thanks. --vadim