Inter-exchange media types
kc at nlanr.net
Sat Apr 27 07:29:21 UTC 1996
click on option 2c, option text
will give you a list of
such statistics for a chosen
5 minute sample at FIXwest.
the asia-asia stuff seems to have really
gotten a lot better (i.e., less) in the last
few years. if the Fix is any indication
Wolfgang brings up a good point; there are certainly regional interests
in creating exchange points within certain geographic areas. This is
a Good Thing (tm). We should encourage this is every way, shape or form.
Especially in SE Asia, and other areas where traffic traverses already
congested links back to the US just to reach its final destination in
I realize this is borderline NANOG topic, but it really *does* affect
North American network Ops when traffic has to transit NA links
just to reach its final destination 25 km away from where it originated.
This is insane.
While I do not mean to point out SE Asia as the most violent offender
of this transient problem, the problem exists elsewhere in the world;
SE Asia just happens the be the most handy real-world reference.
Food for thought.
At 10:48 AM 4/25/96 -0700, Wolfgang Henke wrote:
> The problem for the major exchanges may soon be what to do when the
> gigaswitch runs out of bandwidth.
>It seems to suggest more exchange points; like for example the recent
>interest in new regional packet exchanges in California and Utah.
>When large 'tier 1' providers run into bottleneck problems, do we
>have to rely more on the intermediate and smaller ones to connect us?
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