BBN Peering issues
deepak at ai.net
Thu Aug 13 18:18:31 UTC 1998
>From nitrous, just one network block:
*>i18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 2000000000 100 0 3967 i
* 126.96.36.199 7 90 0 1800 1239 3967 i
* i 188.8.131.52 2000000000 100 0 3967 i
* 184.108.40.206 69 100 0 1239 3967 i
It looks like Exodus buys transit from Sprint to me.
On Thu, 13 Aug 1998, Adam Rothschild wrote:
> > Exodus *does* face some hard business decisions. Unfortunately, blaming BBN
> > isn't going to do much to help Exodus. Capitalists trashing capitalism? Please.
> It is my understanding that BBN is even hesitant to peer with Exodus
> PUBLICLY. Exodus does not buy transit from anyone, so that would
> result in total inaccessability, no? How would that be in anyone's best
> interest? If anyone knows otherwise, please do speak up.
> If this is, indeed, the case, then it really sucks for Exodus, given their
> transit-free nature.
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