Sprint NAP Status

Farooq Hussain farooq at hq.si.net
Fri Sep 23 21:10:21 UTC 1994

> Cc: h.e.davies at dante.org.uk (Howard Davies), 
>         d.r.h.davies at dante.org.uk (Dai Davies), nap-info at merit.edu, 
>         nanog at merit.edu 
Tim Streeter wrote: 
> Thanks for the update. One question I have about the NAPs is, is 
> there anything in the NAP setup/agreement/whatever that precludes an NSP, 
> present at the NAP, from accepting customer (i.e. *its* customers) 
> connections to its router at the NAP location. Stated another way, can 
> an NSP present at the NAP treat the NAP location as just another PoP? 
Yes, Pennsauken is a carrier inter-exchange point and an NSP can ask its 
carrier to provision the circuit. There is facility fee for carriers other 
than Sprint

	- Farooq

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