Generation of traffic in "settled" peering arrangement
adrian at creative.net.au
Wed Aug 26 01:04:44 UTC 1998
>p.s. The fact that the sender of traffic should be paying some portion
> of the resulting costs is not a surprise to anyone; many of the
> content companies that I've spoken to believe they already are
> paying more as traffic increases, and were quite surprised to
> find that it doesn't actually make it to the networks which
> bear the brunt of the traffic carriage.
Why don't you just resort to a bit-counting method that I suggested earlier
for settlement peering, and make the *SENDER* carry the traffic to the
'local' destination ?
That way, the sender has to build a large enough network to distribute its
traffic to the destination networks, without just presenting at one network
point and expecting destination networks to foot the inter-state / inter-country
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