Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations
vaf at valinor.barrnet.net
Mon Feb 5 20:00:29 UTC 1996
In message <199602021946.AA16364 at mail.crl.com>, George Herbert writes:
> >> How do Pipex and Dante get global routes right now?
> >Oh.. from a whole bunch of different places.
> > ANS customer routes from ANS
> > MCI customer routes from MCI
> > SprintLink customer routes from Sprint
> > Alternet customer routes from Alternet
> > AUNET routes from EUNET
> > ...
> >You get the idea.
> How do they get to Barrnet? SURAnet? Etc?
Suranet is at MeaEast. Barrnet is presently an MCI transit customer.
Actually, the situation is a bit more complicated than this (in case anyone
really wants to know). It is the case that each of the BBN Planet regions are
MCI transit customers, but BBN Planet also has presence at MAE-East, FIX-East,
MAE-West, and the Pennsauken NAP. We are in the process of finalizing the
peering policy for BBN Planet as an integrated whole. In the near future, we
will send a notice to the provider community that describes our policy and
invites others to establish bi-lateral peering agreements with us.
Vince Fuller, BBN Planet Network Engineering
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