joel jaeggli joelja at
Sat Dec 19 17:44:35 UTC 2015

On 12/19/15 8:16 AM, Mehmet Akcin wrote:
> I don’t think anyone really would tell where their critical network assets are but obviously you can guesstimate by looking where they have connection points available.

in general people who want to serve bits to your customers are going to
be a little less coy about where there assets are. in particular the CDN
bits are interested in peering nearer to your region of operation rather
than further.

>> On Dec 19, 2015, at 8:13 AM, Patrick W. Gilmore <patrick at> wrote:
>> PeeringDB will tell you where they connect. I do not think anyone puts stuff into PeeringDB when they have on-net nodes.
>> In general, only the big three (Akamai, Netflix, Google) have significant deployments inside eyeball networks. Exceptions to every rule and all that, but if you pick random large eyeball network, chances are very, very high they have no one other than those three - if they have any at all.
>> -- 
>> TTFN,
>> patrick
>>> On Dec 19, 2015, at 10:35 AM, Mehmet Akcin <mehmet at> wrote:
>>> looking at peeringdb -- might
>>> give you an idea where they are.
>>> mehmet
>>> On Sat, Dec 19, 2015 at 6:53 AM, Ahmed Munaf <ahmed.dalaali at>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Dear All,
>>>> Does anyone know if AWS amazon “cloudfront”, cloud flare, Microsoft … etc,
>>>> hosting their servers on other party providers?
>>>> just like what GGC and Akamai do by hosting their servers on other ISP’s
>>>> datacenter!
>>>> Regards,

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