MCI outages (summary)
jshaw at insync.net
Thu Jun 26 21:06:16 UTC 1997
>From what I understand of MCI's peering agreement, you have to come into
at least 3 NAPs with DS3 bandwidth or better to even be considered to
peer. So, I think if you peer with MCI, you'd definitely carry enough
weight with them that they'd take an interest with what problems you have.
Joe Shaw - jshaw at insync.net
NetAdmin - Insync Internet Services
"Learn more, and you will never starve." - Paraphrase of Lee
On Thu, 26 Jun 1997 Robert_Gutierrez at 3com.com wrote:
> OK, here's a scenario for you. Traceroute fails inside MCI somewhere. So
> call your upstream, and said upstream only has a peering relationship with
> MCI -- ie: not a paying customer. I'm under the impression that unless
> a paying customer, then (to quote a 70's phrase) "you don't have nothin'
> For those ISP/IBP's out there, can a BGP peer open a trouble ticket with
> you to have a problem looked at? Or does the "paying customer" have to
> open the TT. What if I can't get the "paying customer" to open up the TT
> (ie: you think I can get sex.com to open a TT with their upstream, as if
> would care longer than the time to hit the "D" key on my message).
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