a question about the economics of peering

up at 3.am up at 3.am
Fri Nov 30 22:35:09 UTC 2001

On Fri, 30 Nov 2001, BrandonButterworth wrote:

> > where if you peer with the network that has
> > the congestion and there is no money changing hands there is not
> > a lot of incentive for them to fix it just for you.
> I don't see how paying someone to transit to their congested peers
> network is better than just peering with the congested network
> yourself. 

I thought the whole idea of "transit" was that you got connectivity to
networks that you can't peer with.  Obviously. the packets can't tell if
money changes hands or not.

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