net-neutrality

Sven Olaf Kamphuis sven at cb3rob.net
Wed Aug 11 06:26:59 CDT 2010


next up on the list: disney, paramount pictures, sony music entertainment, 
sony pictures entertainment, most of vivendi/universal group, viacom..

all of these organisations have well established themselves on the list of 
organisations not worthy to have their traffic relayed for free.

-- 
Greetings,

Sven Olaf Kamphuis,
CB3ROB Ltd. & Co. KG
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On Wed, 11 Aug 2010, Mark Smith wrote:

> On Wed, 11 Aug 2010 10:52:53 +0000 (UTC)
> Sven Olaf Kamphuis <sven at cb3rob.net> wrote:
>
>> Hi, considering the fact that several organisations have been severely
>> undermining net-neutrality over the past few months,
>
> What is your definition of violating net-neutrality?
>
> Is it
>
> (a) carriers ransoming content providers so that only then will the
> content providers receive fair, equal and unfettered access to the
> carriers' customers?
>
> or
>
> (b) applying QoS to customer traffic if necessary because TCP was
> designed to suck up all the bandwidth available (to try to achieve 100%
> return on investment in the network capex), based on an original
> assumption that there'd be short bursts of TCP traffic, and now some
> applications, particular P2P ones, which use TCP, now create constant
> rather than bursty load on the network, resulting in congestion and
> impacting latency sensitive applications such as VoIP and gaming?
>
>
>
>> which they seem to
>> see as less important than their copyright bullshit, we have decided to
>> set an example:
>>
>> Should the following networks, to which list more will be added over the
>> coming month, desire to exchange traffic with AS34109, they can obtain a
>> traffic relay contract at sales at cb3rob.net, the costs of which amount
>> to 10000 euros per month, excl. 19% VAT, if not, well, then it's simply no
>> more internets for them... sorry peeps.
>>
>>
>> 193.108.8.0/21#GEMA-NET
>> 195.109.249.64/29#SONYMUSIC
>> 195.143.92.160/27#SBMG1-NETS
>> 212.123.224.240/29#Net-WEGENER-MEDIA-BV
>> 212.123.227.64/29#BumaStemra2
>> 212.136.193.216/29#BUMA
>> 212.78.179.240/28#BUMA-STEMRA
>> 213.208.242.160/29#NL-COLT-BUMA-STEMRA
>> 217.148.80.112/28#NL-NXS-CUST-1004613
>> 85.236.46.0/24#IX-UNIVERSAL-NET
>>
>>
>> --
>> Greetings,
>>
>> Sven Olaf Kamphuis,
>> CB3ROB Ltd. & Co. KG
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>> Address: Koloniestrasse 34         VAT Tax ID:      DE267268209
>>           D-13359                   Registration:    HRA 42834 B
>>           BERLIN                    Phone:           +31/(0)87-8747479
>>           Germany                   GSM:             +49/(0)152-26410799
>> RIPE:    CBSK1-RIPE                e-Mail:          sven at cb3rob.net
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>>
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>>
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