value of co-location
stephen at clark.net
Fri Jan 19 17:24:39 UTC 1996
Get a 100Mb FDDI or Ethernet connection between the two colocated
Then bring in multiple Fast packet services into your router which then
aggregates out the LAN port.
On Fri, 19 Jan 1996, George H. Clapp wrote:
> I'm also curious about the value of co-location. Using a fast packet
> service (Frame Relay, SMDS, or ATM) allows your on-site router to
> communicate directly with a router of another ISP. There's no need to
> purchase another router to place at the co-location site. Why incur the
> additional cost?
> George Clapp
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