Did Internet Founders Actually Anticipate Paid, PrioritizedTraffic?

Jamie Bowden jamie at photon.com
Mon Sep 13 09:15:02 CDT 2010


I was thinking more along the lines of the fact that I pay for access at home, my employer pays for access here at work, and Google, Apple, etc. pay for access (unless they've moved into the DFZ, which only happens when it's beneficial for all players that you're there).  Why should we pay extra for what we're already supposed to be getting.  If the ISps can't deliver what we're already paying for, they're broken.

Jamie

-----Original Message-----
From: Julien Gormotte [mailto:julien at gormotte.info] 
Sent: Monday, September 13, 2010 9:40 AM
To: Rodrick Brown
Cc: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: Did Internet Founders Actually Anticipate Paid, PrioritizedTraffic?

On Mon, 13 Sep 2010 09:28:09 -0400, Rodrick Brown
<rodrick.brown at gmail.com> wrote:
> Its unrealistic to believe payment for priority access isn't going to
> happen this model is used for many other outlets today I'm not sure why
so
> many are against it when it comes to net access. 

Because of net neutrality ?




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