/27 the new /24

Todd Underwood toddunder at gmail.com
Mon Oct 12 15:23:31 UTC 2015

it's also not entirely obvious what the point of having local IXes
that serve these kinds of collections of people.

how much inter-ASN traffic is there generally for a city of 100k
people, even if they all have 1Gb/s connections?  are they all
torrenting, accessing local business web pages that are hosted
locally, streaming video from local streaming caches?  if a local IX
is a good place for a llnw, akamai, ggc, netflix cache node, i can see
it, but that's about it.


On Mon, Oct 12, 2015 at 10:33 AM, joel jaeggli <joelja at bogus.com> wrote:
> On 10/12/15 1:57 AM, Henrik Thostrup Jensen wrote:
>> On Fri, 9 Oct 2015, Jeremy Austin wrote:
>>> Juneau, I'm not so surprised; how many other cities that small and
>>> isolated
>>> have IXes? I'm curious. It's an interesting prospect, at least for some
>>> value of $location.
>> Several small cities in Sweden have IXes. Not sure than any of them are
>> quite as small as Juneau, but some (Borås, Luleå, Sundsvall) are sub
>> 100k people, and other cities (Umeå, Uppsala) are just over 100k
>> inhabitants. Umeå and Luleå are releativly isolated - at least by
>> European standards.
>> Most of these are probably just a switch or two, and are probably there
>> to provide better quality of service, and not because it makes for a
>> good business.
> Sweden's  IX infrastructure is not entirely unique but are certainly
> borne out of a particular set of circumstances and public private
> partnerships that  don't generally exist elsewhere.
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netnod
>>     Best regards, Henrik
>>  Henrik Thostrup Jensen <htj at nordu.net>
>>  Software Developer, NORDUnet

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