tglassey at earthlink.net
Tue Sep 21 13:53:38 UTC 2010
On 9/21/2010 6:09 AM, Justin M. Streiner wrote:
> On Tue, 21 Sep 2010, Ryan Finnesey wrote:
>> Does anyone know if there is a peering point setup to pass traffic to
>> credit card processes such as First Data and or the ATM interexchange
> If you're talking about exchanging IP traffic with a payment processor,
> I don't think there is an exchange point dedicated to them. They would
> either buy transit from a provider, or have a presence at one or more
> public exchange points. If you want to use a specific payment
> processor, many of the ones I've seen have a way to move payment info
> securely over the public Internet, or if you have a large enough
> transaction volume (or your business policies require it), a circuit
> directly to the processor's network might be an option.
> I'm not exactly sure what you mean by an "ATM interexchange network".
There are financial networking providers like SAVVIS and others who
handle this. There are a number of others including parties with PCI-DSS
competence in their compliance models.
The evidence capture and maintanence requirements for these closed
networks are very strict so, they dont allow non-players to participate
in their activities.
The Banking Service orgs like DIRBOLD Financial for instance or NCR or
any of a couple dozen other providers do this type of thing...
What specifically are you looking to do with them?
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