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Re: BBN Peering issues
> Well basically you need to think of it like this. If the providers that > are getting cut were actually "peers" of BBN, then BBN would feal the > pain, in fact they are not "peers". BBN can cut them off their network and > will not feal a thing. BBN customers will still be able to reach the cut > ISPs from their transit providers. If the providers were "peer" then when > BBN tried to cut them they both would feal the pain and BBN would most > likley turn it back up in a hour or so. I was under the impression that, by this definition, BBN considered Exodus to be a "peer". Is this not the case?