New York City peering points, alternate to NYIIX??
redhead at cloudy.lightning.net
Wed Apr 21 17:10:44 UTC 1999
1) Telehouse will not allow another peering point at 25 Broadway. Its like
"I will put my own Giga at MAE-EAST!
2) $400 a month for a port where a decent amount of traffic is traded and
switch is well maintained is not rediculous...Telehouse is not a
in this to make money...
3) Unless you can get some big names to peer openly, no one would be
willing to pay...
So how will you fund a switch and other costs?
I think Telehouse is making a buck, but isn't that what we are all here for?
At 12:58 PM 4/21/99 -0400, Jim Mercer wrote:
>i recently found a cost effective method of moving traffic from Toronto to
>i am interested in finding peering points in New York City, preferably at
>Telehouse (Bowling Green Post Office) or 60 Hudson Street.
>i was looking at connecting to NYIIX, however, i find that Telehouse is
>sharging $400/month just to jack into their switch.
>alternately, i have a client who would be willing to house a switch in their
>Telehouse racks for a new peering point. there might also be the potential
>to set up a switch at 60 hudson.
>anyone have any directions for me for peering in New York, and/or interest
>in setting up a new peering point?
>my interests in peering are mostly related to news flow and ftp/http access
>to large archives of stuff.
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