read this before you consider EXODUS
wrath at cs.umbc.edu
Wed Sep 1 20:12:29 UTC 1999
On Wed, 1 Sep 1999, Ravi M wrote:
> Already there are signs that Exodus' relations with some high-profile
> clients are in jeopardy. Service problems are serious enough that
> they've generated high-level
What was the point of posting this again? Every promising local ISP/colo
provider has problems, since you cannot please everyone all of the time.
What really matters is how _you_ are being treated and are they delivering
the services they promised you when the contracts were signed.
This sort of fruitless bitching pretty much serves no useful purpose.
I keep hearing about schemes like FastPath (tm, pat pending) and ASAP (tm)
because apparently the BGP path selection is inadequate. Could someone
actually give some concrete examples or should I just chalk it up to
rumors since operationally, BGP couldn't be worse.
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