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Re: Cogent/Level 3 depeering

  • From: Douglas Dever
  • Date: Wed Oct 05 15:07:57 2005
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On 10/5/05, Matthew Crocker <[email protected]> wrote:
> They did, and I'm not down.  I see Level 3 via Sprint and GNAPs/CENT
> just fine.  I didn't lose any connectivity to Level 3 at all.  Bits
> moving down different pipes, not a big deal to me technically.   The

So, where's the problem, exactly?

> fact remains that Cogent is not providing the service I'm paying them
> for and they need to get it fixed.

Really?  As you already pointed out, your packets are reaching their
destination.  So, they don't "need" to get anything "fixed."

What utter nonsense...

*shakes head and walks away*