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Re: UUNET peering policy
Sun, Jan 14, 2001 at 01:24:32AM -0800, Paul Vixie: > > email@example.com (Sean Donelan) writes: > > ...another stunningly well researched, accurate and articulate article, > including the following: > > > ... The imbalance issue has come up a few more times with other > > providers such as PSI, Abovenet and others. > > To the best of my knowledge, AboveNet has never insisted on any particular > traffic balance with any of our peers. Send to us 10:1, 1:10, 1:1, whatever. > Any traffic coming or going over a peering connection is to or from one of > AboveNet's customers, which means we're paid (by that customer) to deliver it. > (Any other policy amounts to wanting to be paid twice for the same packet.) yes! hopefully those who insist upon particular ratios groked that. > Of course I can't commend on PSI or any of the other companies Sean mentioned. > -- > Paul Vixie <Paul.Vixie@MMFN.COM> > CTO and SVP, MFN (NASDAQ: MFNX) > > AboveNet, PAIX, and MIBH are subsidiaries of Metromedia Fiber Network, Inc.