NOC Contacts

bmanning at bmanning at
Tue Jul 14 08:42:49 UTC 1998

Anybody use the data that is available for peering at exchange points?
Its roughly the same idea and there is periodic verification that the
data is current.

> 	Here's an idea, I'm not sure if it could work.
> 	Set up a small "verification company" (or maybe even
> non-profit org).  For a small fee ($50/month?) you could have
> your contact information entered, and the company would randomly
> check it frequently (once every 2-3 weeks?).  Failure to have
> current contact info would result in a penalty ($5000?) to stay
> in the program.
> 	Then, networks could require as part of peering agreements
> and such that both sides participate.  For their $50/month each
> side knows the verification company has current contact info, and
> they can get it from the company via web sites or monthly news
> letters.
> 	It's a very rough idea, but is there a business model and
> support for such a thing?  
> -- 
> Leo Bicknell - bicknell at
> Network Engineer (CCIE #3440) - Dimension Enterprises
> 1-703-709-7500, fax, 1-703-709-7699

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