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Re: traffic from DE to DE goes via NL->UK->US->FR
- From: Carlos Friacas
- Date: Fri Aug 04 09:58:49 2006
On Fri, 4 Aug 2006, Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:
On Fri, 4 Aug 2006, Andrius Kazimieras Kasparavi?ius wrote:
Just wondering if it is normal for traffic from DE to DE to flow through
NL->UK->US->FR and so increase delay nearly 100 times? Traceroute here:
http://pastebin.ca/115200 and there is only 4 AS, so ASPATH does not help a
lot in finding such links with a horrifying optimisation. I believe there
is much worse links, any software to detect this? Something like scanning
one ip from larger IP blocks with icmp and comparing geotrajectoyi via
You should direct the question to whereever you are a customer.
These things usually happen when one party doesn't want to peer with another
party and the one that wants to peer, will route traffic really far away to
make sure that both parties are paying for the traffic, thus increasing the
motivation for the other party to change their mind regarding peering.
Mikael Abrahamsson email: [email protected]
...unfortunate series of circumstances... ;-)
but the bottom line is that the economics of it (almost always) comes on
top of customer's benefit.
i have the same problem in my city, to reach some (few) networks,
since some years now.
...but i guess in central europe (or in the central european internet -
london/amsterdam/frankfurt/paris) you don't see that often... ;-)
./Carlos Skype: cf916183694
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