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Agreed, Please excuse my previous statement about level3 engineers. It was ment to be a private reply. (damn group reply!!) Its a personal opinion, and should be taken as such. (Its possible, and most likely true that l3 is a good provider, I just happened to speak with a not-so-bright engineer.) [email protected] ([email protected]) wrote: > I've found that the vast majority of very large ISPs have clueful > engineers. Hoever, like many routing problems, it's not a question that a > host exists, it's a question of reachability. Many times there are clueful > engineers, but there are so many layers between them and customers, they > are very hard to access. > > Daniel Golding > Director of R&D "I'm not evil. I'm just drawn that way" > NetRail, Inc. > 1-888-NetRail > > On Tue, 19 Sep 2000, Dave McKay wrote: > > > > > Good connectivity, but clueless engineers. Problem solving is not their > > strong point. > > > > Stephen Burd ([email protected]) wrote: > > > > > > hey, can someone tell me what they know about Level 3 Communications please? > > > > > > rsvp privately > > > > > > thank you > > > > > > -Stephen > > > > > > > -- > > Dave McKay > > [email protected] > > Network Engineer - Google Inc. > > > -- Dave McKay [email protected] Network Engineer - Google Inc.