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Re: InterNAP?

  • From: Andrew Daniels
  • Date: Thu Nov 02 11:53:51 2000

We use InterNAP as one of our providers, we've not had problems with link
status or usage of the bandwidth that has been spoken of here.  The
biggest problem we have with it is the cost, while other carriers for the
most part are a lot cheaper and are considering reducing rates for
higher-capacity lines, it appears that InterNAP will have none of that.


Director of Security & Network Engineering          NetLedger, Inc.

On Mon, 30 Oct 2000, Tom Schmidt wrote:

> Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 22:41:40 GMT
> From: Tom Schmidt <[email protected]>
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: InterNAP?
> I need your opinion on InterNAP.  I am currently have a DS3 to my current 
> provider and want to add an additional DS3 for redundancy to the same 
> location.  We plan to run BGP4 on both connections.
> InterNap has some technology to avoid congested peering points. Does this 
> technology actually work?  Isn't it impossible to avoid these peering 
> points?  What are your experiences with InterNAP?
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