Peering

David Diaz davediaz at netrail.net
Wed Dec 15 00:30:25 UTC 1999


Well at the last nanog there was a get together to exchange peering 
contract info.  Bill Norton has compiled that into a list.  That 
would get you a long way there for getting peering information.

The major backbones usually have [email protected]  setup.  That along with 
the boardwatch should be a good start.

David

At 4:17 PM -0500 12/14/99, James Smith wrote:
>It may not be the best organized listing, but www.boardwatch.com has a
>link called "Find A Backbone", that listed major backbone providers in the
>states.  In each article, they provide national maps and a list of
>peering points.
>
>
>--
>James Smith, CCNA
>Network/System Administrator
>DXSTORM.COM
>
>http://www.dxstorm.com/
>
>DXSTORM Inc.
>2140 Winston Park Drive, Suite 203
>Oakville, ON, CA L6H 5V5
>Tel:   905-829-3389 (email preferred)
>Fax:  905-829-5692
>1-877-DXSTORM (1-877-397-8676)
>
>It's Unix or nothing!
>
>On Tue, 14 Dec 1999, Alba, Victor wrote:
>
>  >
>  > I hope this question belong to this list. I was wondering if there is a
>  > place where I could find peering information (public) among the different
>  > providers as well as the general description of each one of the major
>  > providers IP backbones (UUNet, C&W, Sprint, GTE, etc.)
>  >
>  > -Victor
>  >
>  >


Thank you,
David Diaz
Chief Technical Officer
Netrail, Inc

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