routing issues to AWS via 2914(NTT)
mpalmer at hezmatt.org
Fri Jun 13 21:28:29 UTC 2014
On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 11:44:51AM +0000, Paul WALL wrote:
> Amazon peers at many key exchanges, with dozens of hosting shops
> (where customers might share mutual infrastructure) like yours:
> Rather than play the blame game with third-party transit providers,
> why not hit them up for some sessions?
That'll only get you peering connectivity into the local region. To get
fully-peered with AWS, and be able to avoid third-party transit providers
entirely, you're going to have to be in a *lot* of places.
Not saying that AWS is a bad peer (from experience, I know they're fine to
deal with) but it isn't as cut-and-dried as saying "don't blame transit
providers, just peer!".
A few minutes ago I attempted to give a flying fsck, but the best I could do
was to watch it skitter across the floor.
-- Anthony de Boer, ASR
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