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Re: Two Tiered Internet

  • From: David Barak
  • Date: Wed Dec 14 07:42:58 2005
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--- [email protected] wrote:

> Simple. You give the consumer the ability to fiddle
> with
> the QoS settings on the provider's edge router
> interface.
> After all, they are paying for the access link.

eeek!  I assume you mean "tell the customer what
DSCP/whatever settings you honor, and let them do the
marking" right?  The thought of letting customers
actually make changes to my edge routers would keep me
up at night...


David Barak
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