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Re: Fwd: [Arch-econ] Vint an interview you did with me in 1997 isbeing quoted on Nanog as reason to support the current so callednet neutralitybill
On Fri, 11 Nov 2005, Gordon Cook wrote: > Please note also Vint's remark: > > If ISPs were to inspect packets and interfere with those of > > competing application providers (voice, video), I would consider > > that a violation of the principle of network neutrality. Would packet classification and per-hop queuing of different DSCP classes be considered "interference" in this world? What if a VOIP provider didn't want to pay for its packets to go in an EF queue, so the network processed the packets in the normal queue, is that a violation of your principles?