BBN Peering issues
karl at mcs.net
Sun Aug 16 19:17:52 UTC 1998
What comes with this is that Exodus and the rest of the world have the
freedom to inform our customers and the public in general of (1) what we
ascertain the situation to be, (2) how we analyze it, and (3) what we
recommend that customers of both Exodus and BBN do in response.
Whether the rest of you like it or not.
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On Sun, Aug 16, 1998 at 02:58:19PM -0400, Goldstein_William at bns.att.com wrote:
> Thanks for the reality check. Whether the rest of us like it or not,
> you're right.
> Bill Goldstein
> Senior Internet Specialist
> wgoldstein at att.com
> From: shields
> Sent: Sunday, August 16, 1998 3:59 AM
> To: mark
> Cc: shields; nanog
> Subject: Re: BBN Peering issues
> > fundamentally important that these ideals be extended to the future
> > the Internet, if it is to have a future. No company should have the
> > right to force another to pay for connectivity simply because the
> > has not been around since the beginning or they are not a telco.
> BBN is answerable to their customers and shareholders and not to your
> or my ideals of how the Internet should work.
> Shields, CrossLink.
> <<File: Re_ BBN Peering issues.TXT>>
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