[Re: [RE: MPLS billing model]]

Richard A Steenbergen ras at e-gerbil.net
Wed Nov 26 19:28:23 UTC 2003

On Tue, Nov 25, 2003 at 06:16:43PM -0500, Alex Rubenstein wrote:
> > In a working transport system, what goes in must come out. So, if you add
> > all the ports in a common direction (in or out), you'll at least get a
> > nice aggregate even if you can't measure individual virtual circuits
> > properly due to whatever brokeass vendor you're using. :)
> ... which doesn't take into account distance.
> Assume for a moment you sell a customer a port in Newark, NYC, and London.
> Clearly, a bit from nyc to newark should be priced differently than one
> from nyc to london.
> Agreed?

Yes... Based on the current market, the circuit from NYC to Newark is
going to be way more expensive than a larger circuit from NYC to London. 

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