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Re: Peering Table Question
Sean - We sign and comply with mutual non-disclosure agreements that inhibit my ability to share that information with you. This is not a technical issue. I look forward to viewing your backhoe reports. - jsb -- Jeff Barrows Director, Internetwork Engineering UUNET, an MCI-Worldcom Company > Date: 19 Apr 2000 13:30:38 -0700 > From: Sean Donelan <email@example.com> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: Peering Table Question > > On Wed, 19 April 2000, Jeff Barrows wrote: > > One shouldn't necessarily believe any third-party web > > pages, documents, articles, or verbal statements about > > which networks any given network is peered with. > > > > Though I have seen many articles, web pages, and other > > tables that detail which networks are 'peering,' I > > have never seen an accurate representation of this > > type of data from a third party. > > Then I hope you would step forward and show us the best practice > for making accurate information available about which networks > any given network peers with starting with yours. I look forward > to viewing the information about your network peering on your website > or IRR or whatever method you decide to use.