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Re: cogent+ Level(3) are ok now
- From: Christopher Woodfield
- Date: Fri Oct 28 17:04:55 2005
"...the companies have agreed to the settlement-free exchange of
traffic subject to specific payments if certain obligations are not
So it does look like Cogent bent somwhat...I'm guessing they agreed
to pay some sort of "traffic imbalance fee"? Anyone know of any other
peering arrangements that have similar terms? I'll admit, that's a
new one for me...
On Oct 28, 2005, at 2:31 PM, Eric Louie wrote:
Now, one really needs to wonder why the agreement could not be reached
*prior* to the depeering on 10/5
It's not rocket science.
It's only as complex as one makes it out to be. (one can attempt
away the complexities, but they apparently were able to *finalize* an
agreement in 3 weeks, perhaps the agreement happened in it's
entirety in 3
weeks - no speculation on the agreement is required unless you have
better to do)
Who are the next discontent couples?
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The internet will not end on November(9)th :)
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