tme at multicasttech.com
Sat Dec 28 16:10:50 UTC 2002
1.) We can do it, but we will charge for it.
2.) Better lists for such discussion are
IPMulticast from ServiceNetworks.com (for commercial issues)
MBoned (for deployment issues).
majordomo at ns.uoregon.edu
3.) You should try and get native multicast instead of a tunnel. For
either, in France you might try
All of which have multicast peering set up.
Naino offers commercial multicast service in France (see
+ Naino SA
21, rue Bargue
+ Tel: +33 1 56 58 01 14
+ Fax: +33 1 43 33 52 67
+ info at naino.net
And, finally, there are in France the usual big players who will give
you multicast if you have a connection to them, such as Sprint.
On Friday, December 27, 2002, at 07:46 PM, Nicolas DEFFAYET wrote:
> On Sat, 2002-12-28 at 01:39, Daniel Roesen wrote:
>> On Sat, Dec 28, 2002 at 12:33:52AM +0100, Nicolas DEFFAYET wrote:
>>> Who can provide me an IPv4 multicast tunnel with a mbgp session ?
>>> My multicast router is located at Paris, FR.
>> Why don't you ask on your own continent? Is there any particular
>> attractive idea behind sending traffic unnecessarily over the Atlantic
>> which I miss?
> I don't find better list for my question and a lot of european people
> read this list.
> Best Regards,
> Nicolas DEFFAYET, NDSoftware
> NOC Website: http://noc.ndsoftwarenet.com/
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