Peering for beginners

Konstantin Bezruchenko nanog at webazilla.com
Sat Oct 11 07:44:49 CDT 2008


Hi,
Simon Lockhart wrote:
>
> Take a look at netflow, flowtools, etc, and work out where large chunks of
> your traffic is going. Then research at peeringdb.com to work out which
> networks are likely to peer with you, and which peering exchanges they're
> present at. Then look at the cost of transport from your existing POPs to
> the peering points, and work out which ones it's financially viable for you
> to reach.
>

Thanks, i will look into peeringdb.com.

Basically i just want to know if there is some "must have" locations in 
US, with a lot of ISP's POP on-site. Like AMS-IX in Europe.





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