DPI or Flow Management

Lorell Hathcock lorell at hathcock.org
Sun Mar 1 10:32:42 CST 2009


Francois:

Should your email have also included a French interpretation as well?

Sincerely,

Lorell Hathcock
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Francois : 

Votre email devrait-il avoir également inclus une interprétation française
aussi bien ? 

Sincèrement, 

Lorell Hathcock

-----Original Message-----
From: Francois Menard [mailto:francois at menards.ca] 
Sent: Saturday, February 28, 2009 3:51 PM
To: nanog list
Subject: DPI or Flow Management

The Coalition of Internet Service Providers has filed a substantial  
contribution at the CRTC stating:

1) The CRTC should forbid DPI, as it cannot be proven to be 98.5%  
effective at trapping P2P, such as to guarantee congestion relief

2) The CRTC should allow for other forms of traffic management by  
ISPs, such as Flow Management

http://www.crtc.gc.ca/public/partvii/2008/8646/c12_200815400/1029835.zip

This is part of the public record at the following address:

http://www.crtc.gc.ca/PartVII/eng/2008/8646/c12_200815400.htm

The world will see Canada taking head-on the issue of addressing the  
legitimacy of DEEP PACKET INSPECTION as a mean of properly managing an  
incumbent's network behind the unbundling/peering interface.

NANOG cannot pretend that this debate does not take place and remain  
silent on this.

Best regards,

F.
--
François D. Ménard
francois at menards.ca









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