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Re: Can P2P applications learn to play fair on networks?
On Mon, Oct 22, 2007, Simon Lyall wrote: > So stop whinging about how bitorrent broke your happy Internet, Stop > putting in traffic shaping boxes that break TCP and then complaining > that p2p programmes don't follow the specs and adjust your pricing and > service to match your costs. So which ISPs have contributed towards more intelligent p2p content routing and distribution; stuff which'd play better with their networks? Or are you all busy being purely reactive? Surely one ISP out there has to have investigated ways that p2p could co-exist with their network.. Adrian