Querstions about COGENT and their services...

Chris Stone cstone at axint.net
Tue Jun 3 11:15:32 CDT 2008


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On Tuesday 03 June 2008 10:06:33 am TS Glassey wrote:
> So at one time Cogent was one of the lowest performing bandwidth providers.
> Anyone have any responses to their current operations?
>
> regards,
> Todd Glassey CISM CIFI
> Chief Scientist/Founder - Certichron Inc
> TGlassey at Wireless-Time.COM
> 650-796-8178

We've been using them for 5 years now with no problems other than a crack in 
the fiber which was not their fault and that they fixed within an hour or so. 
Used them for 3 years before that, with another company, and had no problems 
their either.

The only real issue was the couple of times the peering between L3 and Cogent 
was stopped - which was really, IMNTBHO, the fault of both parties. I was 
able to route around this when it occurred, so was not a significant issue at 
the time.

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