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Re: Traffic statistics from major ISPs

  • From: Steve Feldman
  • Date: Sat Jan 01 23:50:13 2000

Not exactly what you asked for, but there are (finally!)
useful MAE East stats again.

It shows a minor but noticeable dip in traffic from about
23:45 to 00:30 Eastern time last night.  This was also observed
at MAE West and the ATM MAEs.  I didn't observe any other artifacts
as the new year moved west.


On Sat, Jan 01, 2000 at 06:12:25PM -0800, Sean Donelan wrote:
> In the voice world, AT&T, SBC, Bell Atlantic and others have released
> traffic figures about how many voice calls they handled around New
> Year's.
> I have not seen similar data from any major ISPs about traffic volume
> around New Year's.  I know about third-party sites such as Keynote, and
> MIDS; but they don't measure traffic volume.  I'm looking for basic
> data such as ANS used to publish for the NSFNET.  The closest I've found
> is Abovenet's MRTG pages, but it is spread out over different links and
> its hard to aggregate the numbers without double counting, or undercounting.
> I know several major ISPs collect the data internally, but haven't
> released it like the voice side of the house.