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Of course its not much different then being at most of the public exchange points, with the majority being on the east and west coasts. The goal in my mine in doing private peering is to get the traffic to and from the consumer at a faster and less lossy rate. By expanding the amount of peering places you can better achieve this. On Tue, Sep 15, 1998 at 10:38:31PM -0400, Jon Zeeff wrote: > > With only two egress points you generally can't get all that close to > the destination. Adding more points would mean less byte miles for BBN. > -- Steven O. Noble -- Sr. Backbone Engineer, Exodus Communications (EXDS) -- Work:408.346.2333 -- All my love to the Canadian Mooing Frog.