Muni Fiber and Politics

Blake Hudson blake at ispn.net
Wed Jul 23 20:50:40 UTC 2014


William Herrin wrote the following on 7/23/2014 3:33 PM:
> On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 4:08 PM, Shawn Morris <shawn at smorris.com> wrote:
>> What responsibility does Verizon have to maintain this ratio?
> Anybody else think peering ratios miss the point? Netflix is
> theoretically in a position to have their app generate empty
> back-traffic at a rate that maintains any necessary peering ratios,
> but surely Verizon would scream bloody murder if they did.
>
> Regards,
> Bill Herrin
>
>

I would love to see the Verizon blog response on that...

<best Verizon voice> There appears to be no congestion within the 
Verizon network, but there is congestion in this little red area where 
the Verizon user connects to the Verizon network. The Verizon customer 
has failed to negotiate reasonable commercial terms that allow him or 
her to send traffic to Netflix at the requested rate. The customer is 
dropping packets... not us.</end Verizon voice>




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