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MediaCenters.com [RE: New Peering Point Mailing Lists]
While we're on the topic, anybody heard of / had experience with these guys? -steve -----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Sean Donelan Sent: Monday, October 09, 2000 1:55 AM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: New Peering Point Mailing Lists Good idea. People interested in information about various exchange points, such as pricing, how much are cross-connects, who to contact, etc should start with http://www.ep.net/ It has links to essentially all of the functioning exchange points in the world. Most exchange points have web sites with contact information, and sometimes pricing and other details. I think more information is better than less information. On the other hand, it is very difficult to keep lots of different places up to date. Nevertheless, I'll end up subscribing to any list which has information. Disclaimer: I've run an XP in the past, and have a financial interest in companies operating several XPs. On Sun, 08 October 2000, Jeffrey Meltzer wrote: > Correct. I've created this list because in asking around a bit there > wasn't a resource for public discussions for those not currently in > the exchanges, and people seemed to not know where to post questions > to. (inet-access, nanog, isp-lists, etc). > > They're not necessarily just for NANOG type 'outage' messages, but for > general discussion on people looking for peers, finding out how much it > costs for a cable run, who to contact for info, and other general > chit-chat about the points.